Cape Town, Nelson Mandela Bay and Buffalo City top the list of South Africa’s most dangerous cities

In terms of murder rates, Cape Town, Nelson Mandela Bay and Buffalo City top the list of South Africa’s most dangerous cities. A report due to be released on Wednesday reveals that Cape Town is the murder capital of South Africa. The 2017 State of Urban Safety Report examines the state of crime and violence […]
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National firearms investigation – SAPS could be liable for crimes committed with stolen police guns

Cape Town – Police are in a catch-22 situation involving a mammoth national firearms investigation, because if they link stolen police guns to shootings, they could be held liable for the crimes. Senior Western Cape policeman Major-General Jeremy Vearey, involved in the guns probe, outlines this dilemma in an affidavit. A booklet, written by one […]
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Former Financial Director of Naspers attacked and killed outside his home in Cape Town

Cape Town Police say an autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause of death of Naspers former Financial Director. The 81-year-old Eric Wiese was attacked outside his home in the elite suburb of Higgovale in Cape Town on Friday afternoon. It’s understood his killers then dragged him from outside into his home and murdered […]
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Volunteers steal food at school nutrition scheme

Volunteers who helped in an campaign feeding schoolchildren in Khayelitsha near Cape Town were arrested after apparently helping themselves to the food that was intended for learners. The volunteers helped to provide food for approximately 1 157 pupils from the Isiphiwo Primary School in Harare twice a day. After the police received a tip-off, five […]
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Community Hall Joe Slovo in Cape Town torched – protesters crossed the boundary of barbarism

Another community hall went up in flames after protesters crossed the boundary of barbarism and set the place on fire. After Bloemfontein’s city hall was destroyed last week, this time it was the turn of the Joe Slovo Community Hall in Milnerton, Cape Town. A resident with unique insight said to the media that burning […]
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Cape Town’s Mayoress, Patricia de Lille, Announces Black Supremacist Management Board for Cape Town

The announcement by the Cape Town Mayoress, Patricia de Lille, about the composition of her new management team, for the City of Cape Town, is a slap in the face for the city’s white taxpayers, says Ms. Erika Botha Rossouw, FF Plus councilor for the city. Miss Botha Rossouw says that apparently no white person […]
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The Cape Party’s 20 Point Agenda for Local Government in The Cape, Towards Independence:

The Cape Party which is contesting local elections on certain wards in the Cape, has issued a 20 point agenda as a election manifesto:  1. To ensure that every Councillor has a line open & available for all Rate Payers, to pro-actively reach out to, connect with, engage and communicate with ward constituents on a […]
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Black Privilege and Cheapshot Statue Politics exposes how South Africa was designed to fail…

The ability for a few middle class individuals to use their black privilege and “stage” “protests” against the Rhodes statue, and succeed, clearly indicates the built in structural imbalance that exists in South Africa, that always has and always will threaten its very existence. The entire saga is akin to capitulation with terrorists. Mike Berger asks whether we are willing […]
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