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SOCIETY

Mixed feelings over Gayton McKenzie's stance on closing foreign shops

There have been mixed reactions over Gayton McKenzie's decision to continue closing shops owned by foreign nationals. McKenzie can be seen in a video posted on his social media this week inside a shop, telling the owners to vacate the premises. The owners of the shop are Pakistani's.

  1 month ago ago
Mixed feelings over Gayton McKenzie's stance on closing foreign shops

SOCIETY

Cop who raped a woman becomes sick

A cop who hit the headlines after he raped a woman who had gone to report a case has fallen ill. So severe is the illness that the cop is now in hospital. That is according to an article in the Cape Times. The officer was expected to make his first court appearance at the Bluedowns Magistrate’s Court yesterday, but fell ill on Sunday night, a source said.

  6 months ago ago
Cop who raped a woman becomes sick

JUSTICE

Shocking twist as woman is raped then sent to jail

A shocking tale emanating from the Western Cape is that a woman was raped but then sent to prison after she opened a case. The man the woman claimed raped her, opened a counter case against her and she has been the victim of circumstance. He was sent to prison and it is while in prison that the alleged rapist filed a charge of assault against the woman.

  3 months ago ago
Shocking twist as woman is raped then sent to jail

SOCIETY

Anger as creche remains open after owners husband allegedly raped 3-year-old

A Somerset West mother of a 3-yearold child who was raped and brutally sodomised, allegedly by the husband of a nursery school owner in Strand, has vowed to fight for justice as the man is yet to be arrested. Three months after the ordeal, the crèche, Liefielyfie Babasorg, which is supposed to care for infants and toddlers, is continuing to operate illegally despite being found unregistered and three more parents coming forward when, upon inspection, they also found that their children were sexually abused.

  2 months ago ago
Anger as creche remains open after owners husband allegedly raped 3-year-old

SOCIETY

Cop who allegedly raped a woman becomes sick

A cop who hit the features after he assaulted a lady who had gone to report a case has become sick. So extreme is the disease that the cop is currently in clinic. That is as per an article in the Cape Times. The official was relied upon to show up at the Bluedowns Magistrate's Court yesterday, however became sick on Sunday night, a source said.

  6 months ago ago
Cop who allegedly raped a woman becomes sick

SOCIETY

Cop who is accused raped a woman becomes sick

A cop who hit the highlights after he attacked a woman who had gone to report a case has ended up being wiped out. So genuine is the ailment that the cop is by and by in crisis facility. That is as shown by an article in the Cape Times.

  6 months ago ago
Cop who is accused raped a woman becomes sick

POLITICS

Faction? ANC Heavyweight calls Cyril’s bid for 2nd term “Nonsense” that he does not support. See him

Former UMkhonto we sizwe commander Tony Yengeni is on the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the ANC. He doesn't support calls for President Cyril Ramaphosa to stay in office for a second term. Asked by the Cape Times on Thursday, Yengeni said that he hasn't seen anything different in the five years that Ramphosa has been the head of the party.

  3 months ago ago
Faction? ANC Heavyweight calls Cyril’s bid for 2nd term “Nonsense” that he does not support. See him

POLITICS

Here are the plans Cape Town Mayor Elect, Geordin Hill-Lewis has for the city

Source: CAPETIMES The city's services must be the same whether or not potholes are reported in Guguletu or Durbanville, says Cape Town Mayor-elect Geordin Hill Lewis. In an exclusive interview with the Cape Times on Thursday, 34-year-old Hill Lewis was overwhelmed by hundreds of messages and lacked staff, so only he and his laptop were trying to reach him.

  9 months ago ago
Here are the plans Cape Town Mayor Elect, Geordin Hill-Lewis has for the city

SOCIETY

Mother strangled with shoelaces

Another femicide related incident has rocked South Africa. This time in Cape Town after a mother was found strangled with shoelaces. The 32 year old mother of five has become another statistic in a country that's gripped with fear. According to the Cape Times, Pheliswa “Dolly” Sawutana was strangled to death with shoelaces in the Cossovo informal settlement, in Samora Machel.

  11 months ago ago
Mother strangled with shoelaces

ENTERTAINMENT

Katlego files a lawsuit to his Ex Wife for ruining his life, Here is how much he demands?

Source: Mzansileaks.co.za The infamous TV presenter's Katlego Maboe wrote to his ex-wife's Monique Muller brother Seth Muller, Women for Change, and the SA Film and Television Awards (Sahuta) to withdraw their comments and apologize. According to one of the letters the Cape Times saw, the coachman's lawyer is demanding Rs 1 million in damages.

  11 months ago ago
Katlego files a lawsuit to his Ex Wife for ruining his life, Here is how much he demands?

AUTO

A fusion of drugs, alcohol, and drag racing puts a city at risk, but SAPS bites back.

Drag racing is a type of motor racing in which automobiles or motorcycles compete, usually two at a time, to be first to cross a set finish line. Most of the times it's usually done illegally with a dominos' effect of many other illegal activities that follow behind it. The city of Cape Town is under siege as illegal drag racing activities seem to be getting out of control. During the past weekend the City of Cape Town's traffic service said it has arrested 23 drag racers, of which 17 were under the influence

  1 year ago ago
A fusion of drugs, alcohol, and drag racing puts a city at risk, but SAPS bites back.

SPORTS

After a four-year ban, Luvo Manyonga finally breaks his silence

World Athletics recently banned Olympic silver medalist, Luvo Manyonga for four years for violating governing body rules after his mother's death last year. The former drug addict, who has battled addiction for year, described exclusively to the Cape Times that his consultation with a traditional healer told him "apparently he was supposed to die, not Luvo’s mother."

  1 year ago ago
After a four-year ban, Luvo Manyonga finally breaks his silence

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Bad news reported by Eskom

Cape Town - Eskom is preparing for a spike in deficiencies across Cape Town and parts of the region because of the harsh climate. a crane close to a bridge© Provided by Cape Times In an explanation, Eskom said, serious climate conditions put the organization in danger and can influence the power supply of clients in certain spaces and conceivably leave clients with delayed periods without power.

  1 year ago ago
Bad news reported by Eskom

POLITICS

Bad news; Tributes pour in for late former ambassador Lindiwe Mabuza

Johannesburg – Tributes keep up with to pour in for previous envoy and the Order of Ikhamanga beneficiary Lindiwe Mabuza following her extensive clash with most malignant growths. © Furnished with the guide of Cape Times Mabuza kicked the bucket on Monday at her homegrown, encompassed through her family.

  8 months ago ago
Bad news; Tributes pour in for late former ambassador Lindiwe Mabuza

POLITICS

ANC in KZN says it has not given green light for party’s eThekwini councillors’ to visit Jacob Zuma

Durban - THE ANC in KwaZulu-Natal has distanced itself from Thursday morning’s visit to former president Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla home through eThekwini ANC councillors, claiming not to be aware of who the organisers of the visit are, and under which banner it's miles being made.

  8 months ago ago
ANC in KZN says it has not given green light for party’s eThekwini councillors’ to visit Jacob Zuma

SOCIETY

Brandvlei detainees supposedly denied access to further studies

The Department of Correctional Services (DCS) in the Western Cape has discredited claims that Brandvlei Correctional Center guilty parties are being denied admittance to additional their examinations.  In an objection imparted to the Cape Times for the understudies, it is affirmed detainees were being denied reasonable admittance to consider gear, and kept from seeking after their advanced education for the 2021 scholarly year.  "One of these understudies encroached the DCS strategy of not having individual

  1 year ago ago
Brandvlei detainees supposedly denied access to further studies

SOCIETY

See what happened to a young boy who was mauled to death by two pitbulls

The animals are in the end under the careful look of the SPCA as assessments continue.  Keeping an eye out for the Cape Times on Monday, his hurt mother, Nothemba Keke, said she was inside her home when the event happened.  "I was here at home when I heard the hollers of my daughter crying 'Mother come out, Milani is being attacked by canines.' I ran outside and one was attacking him from the back of his skull while the other cried and skirted him. I ran and endeavored to weave the fence to save him, yet a

  1 year ago ago
See what happened to a young boy who was mauled to death by two pitbulls

EDUCATION

Hout Bay primary school thrust into racism row

The Western Cape is under the spotlight again for issues related to racism in institutions of learning. This time, teachers from a primary school in Hout Bay have called attention to the unfair treatment of staff members based on the colour of their skin. As reported by Cape Times, a small group of protesters picketed outside the school premises on Monday. Disa Primary School management has refused to make comment and explain the situation from their perspective. However, we understand that teachers are protesting

  1 year ago ago
Hout Bay primary school thrust into racism row

HEALTH

’My Baby Could Still Be Alive If I Received Proper Medical Care From Day Hospital’ Mom Cries Out

An Elsies River mother trusts her child would be alive in the event that she had not been purportedly gotten some distance from the Elsies River Day Hospital.

  1 year ago ago
’My Baby Could Still Be Alive If I Received Proper Medical Care From Day Hospital’ Mom Cries Out

HEALTH

My baby could still be alive if I received proper medical care from day hospital’

Cape Town: An Elsies River mother believes her little one would be alive if she had no longer been allegedly turned away from the Elsies River Day Hospital.

  1 year ago ago
My baby could still be alive if I received proper medical care from day hospital’