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[cape_town] - Armed men loot and torch store to 'clean it up'

Cape Town - Silulo Ulutho Technologies founder and managing director Luvuyo Rani has detailed how his employees in Nomzamo, Strand, had to run for their lives after a group of gunmen torched a franchise branch store to “clean it up”.

The store employed about six people, had 85 students and served …

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[cape_town] - Nedbank unlocks value for students

Unlocked.ME offers students a bank account with zero monthly maintenance fees - a first for students in South Africa. If students don’t withdraw cash and use their cards for transacting, they can bank for free. The account can be opened in less than five minutes using the Nedbank MoneyApp …

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[cape_town] - Magashule slams ANC veterans over ‘racist’ remarks

This comes after party elders on Monday slammed Magashule over what they deemed racist comments made by the leader during his Western Cape campaign over the past weekend.

Magashule told Philippi residents in the Western Cape that they must not vote for “umlungu”, or a white person.

The elders released …

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[cape_town] - Murder accused Packham defends himself

Cape Town - The credibility of accused wife-killer Rob Packham came under the spotlight when he took the witness stand in his own defence at the Western Cape High Court on Monday.

Packham pleaded not guilty to the charges of murder and defeating the ends of justice.

Denying any involvement in …

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[cape_town] - #Elections2019: Almost 30 000 expats to vote on April 27

Johannesburg - The City of London has the highest number of South Africans living abroad who will cast their votes on April 27 (Freedom Day) before the May 8 national elections.

Dubai has the second highest number of registered South African voters.

This was revealed by Independent Electoral Commission deputy electoral …

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[cape_town] - No sex for jobs cases reported at Enoch Mgijima Municipality

Port Elizabeth - Enoch Mgijima Municipality in the Eastern Cape on Tuesday said it had received no reported cases of "sex for jobs" allegations within its Extended Public Works Programme (EPWP).

Municipality spokesperson Gcobani Msindwana said the allegations were investigated by the municipality's community services directorate but that the probe did …

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