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Monthly Archives: July 2017


ELDERLY CAPE TOWN BUSINESSMAN’S KIDNAPPERS MAKE CONTACT

News24     CAPE TOWN – The family of a Cape Town businessman kidnapped a week ago say they are relieved that contact has been made with the suspects involved in Advertisements

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NEW CAPE TOWN ELECTRICITY TARIFFS ENFORCES FURTHER SEGREGATION IN ALREADY BIG-TICKET PROPERTY MARKET

CAPE TOWN – From one day to the next my electricity costs doubled. My household is one of the reportedly 44,000 that the Cape Town City Council forcibly migrated from the (cheaper) lifeline to the domestic tariff by introducing a…

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CITY OF CAPE TOWN GENERATES INVESTMENT OF R2.67 BILLION, CREATES 6236 JOBS DESPITE ECONOMIC DOWNTURN

The Citizen  CAPE TOWN – The city’s administration says it is making gains despite the tough economic outlook in

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MORNING TRAFFIC: OVERNIGHT CAPE FIRES DISPLACE HUNDREDS, LEAVES ONE DEAD

Sunday Times CAPE TOWN – More than 200 people have been left homeless and one man has died after fires ripped through informal settlements in Cape Town on Saturday evening well into the early hours of Sunday morning. Cape Town…

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HELEN ZILLE AN EXEMPLARY LEADER – WESTERN CAPE DA

Eye Witness News CAPE TOWN – Western Cape Premier Helen Zille received the full backing of her party in the provincial legislature on Thursday night, as they sought to

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