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A nine-year-old pupil from Reddam House Preparatory School in Constantia, Cape Town, won an award at the Global Entrepreneur Awards for creating a mobile application that works in three continents.
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The City of Cape Town says its extensive anti-corruption systems have exposed a criminal employee and his civilian co-conspirator, who have both been convicted.
Brendon Daniels won the award for best lead actor in a play and Charlton George that for best supporting actor.
Australian captain Michael Clarke is suffering from a fractured shoulder stemming from the barrage of bouncers he faced during the third Test against South Africa, it was revealed Monday.
A joke on the radio that went to far reminded me that educated people still don't believe in Africa's potential to be a world leader, says Rethabile Mashale .
Fisheries Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson is taking the public protector to court to challenge her report on the tender to manage the state's fishery vessels, the minister said on Sunday.
The Broederbond or "Stellenbosch mafia", and not the ruling ANC, is in control of South Africa, Economic Freedom Fighters chief Julius Malema declared when he hit Cape Town on Saturday to launch his party's provincial manifesto.
The outcome of the ongoing court battle over exchange control regulations between billionaire IT entrepreneur Mark Shuttleworth and the Reserve Bank will determine whether a Nigerian man, alleged to be trading in foreign currency, will be prosecuted.
Unemployed strikers trash the streets of the CBD during an illegal march against the City of Tshwane.
My name is Julian Kane. In December 2013, I received my bachelor's degree in Telecommunication with a focus in Radio, Television, and Film and a minor in Geography from Texas Southern University .
From the white sand beaches of Cape Town to the red dunes of Namibia, all one can see is beauty, pure beauty.
Gugulethu, a township on the outskirts of Cape Town, is an apartheid-era invention, established in the early 1960s to absorb the overflow of migration to the city from other parts of the country.
Sights along the 1,300 kilometres of track include Matjiesfontein, where a man offered rides on a double-decker bus, and Kimberley, where the diamond industry got its start in 'the Big Hole.'
Frustrated community leaders and residents of Hangberg accused Western Cape Premier Helen Zille and Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille on Thursday of visiting the area to raise their profile for the elections in May. They wanted to know when their families would be able to live without fear of eviction and who would benefit from the city's R39 ... (more)