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Lengwadishang Ramphele

SA households lost nearly half a trillion rand in 2018 - survey

SA households lost nearly half a trillion rand in 2018 - survey

Economist Johann van Tonder says the loss can be attributed to the trade war between US and China.

W Cape Home Affairs Department finally back up and running

W Cape Home Affairs Department finally back up and running

The department says it has been experiencing some problems after it upgraded its system about a fortnight ago.

Sam Smith voice strain cut short Cape Town concert but next two shows will go on

Sam Smith voice strain cut short Cape Town concert but next two shows will go on

Concert organisers say shows scheduled for Thursday and Friday will go ahead as planned and any more changes will be communicated.

Exploring why some men turn violent and murderous during a break-up

Exploring why some men turn violent and murderous during a break-up

Researcher Lisa Vetten says these killings are often fueled by jealousy, possessiveness and a sense of dependency.

City of Cape Town in dispute with V&A desalination plant contractor

City of Cape Town in dispute with V&A desalination plant contractor

QFS started producing water in May last year but the agreed amount has not been paid in full.

'DA is frivolous and petty' for removing Good Party posters

'DA is frivolous and petty' for removing Good Party posters

The party's sec-gen Brett Herron responds to the DA's removal of its streetlamp posters for not displaying the publisher.

 Cost of Cape Town's rental property ‘coming under pressure’

Cost of Cape Town's rental property ‘coming under pressure’

Letting specialist Grant Rey offers some perspective into challenges faced by landlords.

Good Party has a plan to fix South Africa - de Lille

Good Party has a plan to fix South Africa - de Lille

Founder outlines some plans to deal with problems faced by South Africans daily.

DA must prove allegations that protests are politically motivated - Verwoerd

DA must prove allegations that protests are politically motivated - Verwoerd

Author and former MP Melanie Verwoerd analyses the law regarding politicians who invoke violent protests.