23 Jan 2012
On Thursday, January 19th, the vigilance of a resident in Bosbok Street, Rheebok, led to the arrest of two suspects for the alleged possession of stolen property.20 Jan 2012
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18 Jan 2012 South African residents may now use their R1 million Single Discretionary Allowance for Foreign Investment purposes without having to obtain a SARS Tax Clearance Certificate, says deVere Investments South Africa. 17 Jan 2012
The City is taking a “visionary” approach in introducing the new myconnect card on the MyCiTi bus network.
Construction began this week, Monday 16 January, on the new, permanent Table View feeder station in Blaauwberg Road for the MyCiTi bus service.16 Jan 2012
Stellenbosch Watch is cautioning local residents and businesses to be more aware of what’s going on around you.12 Jan 2012
Sixteen suspects were apprehended and handed over to the South African Police Service (SAPS) for arrest in at least four incidents recorded between December 15th 2011 and January 3rd 2012.
07 Dec 2011
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has sent a message to COP 17 negotiators, assuring them of his prayers for a successful outcome of COP17, the UN Climate Talks presently being held in Durban.
06 Dec 2011
Extreme concern: this is was the position of faith communities and civil society as we heard of Canada’s decision to pull out of Kyoto Protocol at the start of the second week of the COP17 climate talks in Durban.
06 Dec 2011 Eskom and the National Nuclear Regulator have refused to allow public scrutiny of their evacuation plans for the area around Koeberg power station.
01 Dec 2011 A stylish new wine tasting experience has been created at Spier, offering innovative food pairings with award-winning Spier wine. 30 Nov 2011 Cape Town stands on the brink of a decision which may lock us into a nuclear future. The only nuclear power plant on the African continent is at Koeberg, 28km north of the central city, and Eskom is eyeing this site for two more reactors.
22 Nov 2011 The Helen Suzman Foundation is outraged at the passing of the Protection of State Information Bill. 14 Nov 2011 Comments made by the National Planning Commission (NPC) in relation to hydraulic fracturing are irresponsible, premature and unfortunate, according to a lobby group opposed to the technology. 14 Nov 2011 Tickets for the much-anticipated “We Have Faith” concert and rally are available, and are free.
11 Nov 2011 The real importance of COP17, by Bishop Geoff Davies, Executive Director, SAFCEI 11 Nov 2011 The Koeberg Alert Alliance (KAA) asked Eskom for its emergency and evacuation plans for Koeberg in April last year under the Access to Public Information Act.
09 Nov 2011 Youth caravan sees the melting snowcaps of Mount Kilimanjaro, and gains hearty endorsement from vice-president of Tanzania 08 Nov 2011
Over 200 climate activists are taking part in an epic cycle from Beitbridge in Mpumpalanga to Durban, where they will attend a mass rally hosted by icon of peace Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
07 Nov 2011
Ladismith Black Mambazo is the latest group who has confirmed they will perform at the “We Have Faith – Act Now for Climate Justice” rally and concert, to be held in Durban the day before the COP17 talks start.
07 Nov 2011
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has urged South Africans to join world faith leaders, political leaders and pop stars at an “extraordinary” mass rally on November 27 at the King’s Park Stadium in Durban.
05 Nov 2011 Stars including Yvonne Chaka Chaka, HHP, Arno Carstens to perform at rally that will be climax of climate campaign led by faith leaders across Africa
27 Oct 2011 TKAG is not funded by Dr Johan Rupert, says TKAG Chairman Jonathan Deal 27 Oct 2011 Young activists from Soweto, Durban and Cape Town will help to blaze a new trail of awareness about climate change through Africa over the next month, as they travel from Nairobi to Durban in a "climate caravan"ť.