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Mining and evironment showdown in WC High Court

Mining and environment will face-off in the Western Cape High Court on Monday when mining company Tormin takes on the SA department of environmental affairs amongst others, to defend itself against allegations of contravention and non-compliance with SA environment codes.

Government delays announcement of rhino poaching stats

The fate of South Africa's rhinos continue to hang in the balance as the South African government dithers over releasing rhino poaching statistics.

Accidents in WC kill 4

Four deaths have been reported on Western Cape Roads at the weekend.

Measles vaccination drive intensifies

The Western Cape Health Department's vaccination drive is now being expanded.

WC cops seize R60 million abalone

Western Cape police have seized almost R60 million in poached abalone over the month of February.

Man 'resurrected' by home affairs after two-year battle

A Durban man has won a two-year battle with home affairs to rescind a death certificate erroneously issued in his name.

Joost asked to be taken off life support

The family of the late rugby hero Joost van der Westhuizen said that the former Springbok legend made the decision to be taken off life support.

Dineo clean up underway

A clean up operation is now underway, to fix any damage and destruction caused by cyclone Dineo.

Shona Ferguson: 'Being a black producer is not easy'

South African actor Shona Ferguson has opened up about the difficulties he faces when it comes to being a "black producer".

Makhura expected to give positive SOPA

Gauteng Premier David Makhura is expected to give his State Of the Province Address (Sopa) at around 11am at the Greenhills Stadium in Randfontein on Monday.

Western Cape gets first rhino orphanage

Aquila Private Game Reserve has opened the first rhino orphanage in the Western Cape.
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