Friday 28 November 2014
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Theft suspect arrested: TV found on beach


Two suspects stole a television from a Strand Beach Road home this morning.

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Just in: Two injured in collision in Gordon's Bay


An accident between a motorbike and sedan in Gordon’s Bay this morning left two men injured.

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GB profile raised through steady and sure efforts


Gordon’s Bay is turning into a first class holiday destination and according to Jeanette Loring, an executive committee member of the Gordon’s Bay Business Forum, active marketing is the...

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Man trapped after truck collision


A man was rescued from his one ton truck by the jaws of life after his vehicle smashed into the back of a stationary 26-wheeler truck at the robots near Somerset West Business Park at 14:45...

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Macassar rou ná dood van matrikulant


Hierdie Saterdag sal Henrietta Deane van Macassar haar enigste dogter, Tarryn, begrawe in stede van die beplande eerste verjaarsdagpartytjie hou vir haar kleindogter, Tarah-Leigh.

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NEWS
Man shot, bread truck robbed in Macassar
A Macassar man survived a shooting incident during an armed robbery in Macassar on Tuesday this week.
NEWS
Festival of Lights kicks off on Wednesday
The 22nd Somerset West Festival of Lights will kick off in style on 3 December.
LIFESTYLE
Chocolate not to blame for acne
Although there is still a lot of controversy, it is now generally believed that diet plays a much smaller...
GALLERY
Regering sê gratis behuising is nie meer bekostigbaar nie
Die minister van menslike nedersettings in die Wes-Kaap, Bonginkosi Madikizela het verlede week gesê...
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
Win tickets to Table Mountain Blues Summit
South Africa's premier blues music festival returns to Durbanville on 6 and 7 December, and four lucky...
EVENT
District Diary
Events in and around your community . . . .  
NEWS
Grade 12 results: No more names in newspapers
A long-standing tradition has come to an end with a government announcement that the names of Grade 12...
GALLERY
Go Natural Johan Jacobs
Johan Jacobs from Somerset West explains his philosophy on living disease-free.
NEWS
Rower skiet man (72) in oprit
“Dit was die naaste wat ek nog aan my dood gekom het. Ek is net gelukkig dat ek nog leef.”
NEWS
Post Office pleased with end of long strike
The South African Post Office released an official statement yesterday announcing that it is pleased with the...
NEWS
SLP river ‘not safe’ for swimming
The Sir Lowry’s Pass River is not safe for swimming due to the high level of faecal coliforms (e-coli)...
GALLERY
Wheelchair Tennis Open in Strand
Watch as players take to the courts in Strand, South Africa to compete in the 2014 Airports Company South...
NEWS
Spinner hits wall, injures man
A suspected law enforcement officer spun her private vehicle on Sunday afternoon in Macassar so out of...
NEWS
Nip and tuck for historic bluegums
Western Cape Heritage has given their stamp of approval for the maintenance plan of bluegum trees in the...
NEWS
Massive delays on N2 outbound
Traffic on the N2 heading towards Sir Lowry's Pass is backed up for more than half a kilometre due to...
GALLERY
Mr Checkers, Whitey Basson, braves the ice
Shoprite Checkers MD Whitey Basson accepted the ice bucket challenge from Truworths CEO Michael Mark. He...
NEWS
15 years for Sir Lowry’s cycle robbers
Two of three men who were accused of robbing a Gordon’s Bay resident of his personal possessions while...
EVENT By JOURNO
Christmas in Song
Christmas in Song - an intimate Christmas home concert. Capetonians are invited to experience the spirit...
NEWS
Missing person alert
A man named Daniel Kiet (50) has been missing since last week Tuesday. He left the Helderberg Hospital at...
GALLERY
Lourensford goes solar
Lourensford has reinforced its reputation for conservation of the beautiful natural environment of this...
NEWS
More abalone confiscated
Abalone with an estimated value of R400 000 was confiscated on the N2 close to the Firlands Garage on...
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December holidays
Travelling or staying at home this year?
Going away is tradition - I do it every year.
I'm going somewhere for the first time in years.
I chose to stay home and simply rest.
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