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Melamine vitamin scare | almost 50% of local supplements Melamine vitamin scare | almost 50% of local supplementsDate: 27/07/2015

Melamine, a chemical found in plastics, glue and counter tops, has been discovered in nearly half of samples of popular local ...

What a waste! What a waste!Date: 23/07/2015

ANC MP Cedric Frolick, described the visit as an "eye-opener". There had clearly been gross inflation of prices during the upgrade

Almost 10 000 phones confiscated - Cape Town Almost 10 000 phones confiscated - Cape TownDate: 22/07/2015

By the end of June 2015, a total of 9465 cellphones had been impounded, just 4182 motorists have reclaimed their handsets to date

Petrol price may drop Petrol price may dropDate: 21/07/2015

The drop in international petroleum prices has kept ahead of the exchange rate - meaning SA petrol prices are in line to drop

‘I was waiting for the teeth’ ‘I was waiting for the teeth’Date: 20/07/2015

It kept coming at my board and I was kicking and screaming. I just saw fins. I was waiting for the teeth.”

SA heading for a recession SA heading for a recessionDate: 15/07/2015

South Africa is heading towards a “full blown” recession says economist and chief strategist at Investment Solutions, Chris Hart.

Scramble to free detained tourists Scramble to free detained touristsDate: 15/07/2015

"The Chinese are now trying to find reasons for the detention, suggesting that some members were linked to a terror group, to a..

Cape traffic service not after Uber, says city Cape traffic service not after Uber, says cityDate: 13/07/2015

THE City of Cape Town’s traffic service has impounded more than 500 public transport vehicles since the beginning of the year.

SA in secret gold deal with Iran SA in secret gold deal with IranDate: 10/07/2015

If South Africa had breached the sanctions, then its action could jeopardise its trade with the US.

Uber troopers get the green light in Cape Uber troopers get the green light in CapeDate: 10/07/2015

"The last thing you want to do is put obstacles in the way of technology. The best thing, if you want to regulate, is try and ...

Volunteers free stricken whale Volunteers free stricken whaleDate: 09/07/2015

The adult humpback whale became entangled in ropes and buoys off Cape Point on Wednesday.

White rhino hunt interdicted White rhino hunt interdictedDate: 09/07/2015

The planned “walk and stalk” trophy hunt of the rhino‚ two lion and a buffalo - collectively worth over R2 million - was scheduled

Prasa chief engineer not qualified: report Prasa chief engineer not qualified: reportDate: 08/07/2015

They rejected his application - he only had a BTech qualification and a national diploma He needed a BSC degree in engineering and

Roaring success: lions from South Africa successfully transported to Rwanda Roaring success: lions from South Africa successfully transported to RwandaDate: 06/07/2015

Lions in Rwanda were stamped out in the years following the 1994 genocide, which left an estimated 800,000 people dead

Hands off mountain - Khoisan leader Hands off mountain - Khoisan leaderDate: 06/07/2015

“When black people want to practice their foreign culture, they need to return to their homelands and practise it there.”

Date: 03/07/2015

For the 18 jockeys, this is the Holy Grail. The R3.5 million spectacle is arguably the biggest in South Africa and the roll of ...

'Table Mountain suitable for initiations' 'Table Mountain suitable for initiations'Date: 03/07/2015

Asked whether initiations were something that would be permitted in a national park, Collins said: “It is difficult to answer...

Guide survives leopard mauling at Kruger Park Guide survives leopard mauling at Kruger ParkDate: 03/07/2015

"It is suspected that the leopard was fighting with another one as its hind was badly injured. The other leopard was spotted in...

'Stadig! F*k!' Jeep almost flips over! 'Stadig! F*k!' Jeep almost flips over!Date: 02/07/2015

The Jeep quickly sits back on its tailgate, teetering as those looking on collectively hold their breaths

Cape in asteroid tsunami zone Cape in asteroid tsunami zoneDate: 02/07/2015

The map was developed to predict "impact corridors" of asteroids and the risks posed should they strike.

Batman busts robbers Batman busts robbersDate: 02/07/2015

British American Tobacco spokesman Tabby Tsengiwe said about 1400 of the company's trucks were hijacked every year

Sylvester the lion might get a new home Sylvester the lion might get a new homeDate: 01/07/2015

The trackers spotted the lion, who ran off but settled down again a short distance away. The team then called in a helicopter

Court appoints guardians for Marli Court appoints guardians for MarliDate: 01/07/2015

Van Breda, 16, and her brother Henri, 20, survived the attack at their family home on the De Zalze Golf Estate in Stellenbosch.

Beware the decoder swap scam Beware the decoder swap scamDate: 01/07/2015

So how did he come to buy a stolen decoder from Makro? Well, he didn' what happened?

Hunt for Sylvester suffers double blow Hunt for Sylvester suffers double blowDate: 29/06/2015

In the distance, the trackers were following the lion up the jagged Nuweveld mountain range, as he headed again for the N.Cape

Water-shedding: Feel it, it is (almost) here Water-shedding: Feel it, it is (almost) hereDate: 28/06/2015

If you think load-shedding is bad, brace yourself for water-shedding... coming to a tap near you

Shock twist after shark attack Shock twist after shark attackDate: 28/06/2015

Rescuer rushed out to respond “I didn’t know it was my son. When I got to the (NSRI) station I was told there’s a shark attack.

Lion on the lam continues to out-fox its trackers Lion on the lam continues to out-fox its trackersDate: 26/06/2015

Fayroush Ludick said the lion was last spotted on Wednesday, 20km from Fraserburg, heading east, back to the park.

Zwelithini: British royals must pay! Zwelithini: British royals must pay!Date: 25/06/2015

He said the British army set the Zulu king’s main homestead in Ulundi on fire on July 4, 1879, in retaliation

Army of sex pests Army of sex pestsDate: 24/06/2015

South African soldiers on United Nations peacekeeping missions are the world's worst military sexual predators

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