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Qama Qukula

'Clearing thirsty alien vegetation a cheaper way to help fill up Cape dams'

'Clearing thirsty alien vegetation a cheaper way to help fill up Cape dams'

Here's why the City should make more budget provisions to clear catchment areas of invasive alien trees guzzling CT's water supply.

Safa CEO thankful for support as supporters snap up free Banyana match tickets

Safa CEO thankful for support as supporters snap up free Banyana match tickets

Banyana Banyana will face the Netherlands at the Cape Town Stadium on Saturday as they prepare for the FIFA World Cup.

What not to do when setting sexual boundaries with your teens

What not to do when setting sexual boundaries with your teens

Taking away their device doesn't work. Dr Eve says parents shouldn't let anxiety determine how to set boundaries with their kids.

'Festive road deaths proof Parly must pull the plug on no-fault accident scheme'

'Festive road deaths proof Parly must pull the plug on no-fault accident scheme'

Attorney Kirstie Haslam says the proposed 'no-fault’ Rabs system rewards drunk drivers at the expense of genuine crash victims.

No more swiping without sweating! Discovery Vitality introduces new swipe system

No more swiping without sweating! Discovery Vitality introduces new swipe system

The health programme piloted a new tag system at the exit points in a bid to crack down on fake gym visits at a few fitness clubs.

[LISTEN] DJ Fresh takes us on a groovy ride through the evolution of house music

[LISTEN] DJ Fresh takes us on a groovy ride through the evolution of house music

Iconic radio jockey and producer DJ Fresh takes listeners on a journey through music and time.

Marine sciences piloted as subject at three Cape schools

Marine sciences piloted as subject at three Cape schools

The Two Oceans Aquarium has trained teachers at the three “Marine Sciences Node Schools” to teach the subject themselves.

ICC prosecutors to appeal acquittal of Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo

ICC prosecutors to appeal acquittal of Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo

The ICC acquitted the former Ivory Coast President over post-electoral violence in 2010-11 where around 3 000 people died.

Waltons responds to 'logistical glitch' with back-to-school stationery sets

Waltons responds to 'logistical glitch' with back-to-school stationery sets

Parents complained about failed deliveries, lack of communication and poor customer service. Waltons has since issued a statement.