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Revamped Queen Mary 2 to visit Cape Town

The Queen Mary 2 will be docking in Table Bay Harbour on the first stop of its first world cruise since the completion of renovations last year.

Western Cape Tourism looking very rosy

Minister for Economic Opportunities, Alan Winde, said in a statement that an official report on the summer season would be released later in January.

Lamberts Bay cancels popular crayfish festival

Organizers of the Lamberts Bay Crayfish festival have cancelled the event following the announcement that the popular shellfish has been listed as endangered.

Mantashe: ANC succession debates are flawed

Secretary General of the African National Congress, Gwede Mantashe, said it would not be prudent to elect a woman to the helm of the governing party just for the sake of electing a woman.

Wildlife Trafficking: The Sordid Southern African-South East Asian connection

The shadowy collusion of South Africa with Mozambique, Laos and Vietnam is satiating Asia's great thirst for illegally trafficked wildlife.

Fight against ANC factionalism continues

Treasurer-General of the African National Congress Zweli Mkhize, considered by some to be the dark horse in the race to the party Presidency, warned members against succumbing to factional battles in the party.

Reserve Bank Governor notes flaws in Absa report

Governor of the South African Reserve Bank, Lesetja Kganyago is concerned by the factual accuracy of the Public Protector's preliminary report on Absa (Bankorp) and an apartheid-era bailout that it is reported to have received from the government.

Woman found dead with multiple stab wounds in Finsbury

Randfontein detectives are working around the clock, in an attempt to get to the bottom of the murder of a 30-year-woman who was found in a veld at Finsbury at the weekend.

Cop killers nabbed at Black Rock

North West Police have made arrests, following the murder of Constable Sello Sebati (42) and his family last December.

KZN education is still captured

The Democratic Alliance in KwaZulu-Natal insists that education in the province is still captured, following a recent school oversight visit.

Mbete joins scramble for the ANC

National Chairperson, Baleka Mbete, has availed herself for President of the African National Congress, after being approached by several party structures.
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