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Lansdowne Rage Over Filth, Speeding Taxis
Lansdowne residents, up in arms over the poor upkeep of their neighbourhood, say it has transformed their streets into a dumping ground and a race track for taxis. ■
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Small Justice For Family Of Murdered Ayesha Kelly
IT WAS a small piece of justice for the family of 10-year-old Ayesha Kelly of Tafelsig who were celebrating Eid when her alleged killers heard they would be heading to trial in three months. Cameron Julius and Chadwin Williams made an appearance at t
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Israeli Onslaught Wreaks Havoc
ISRAELI warplanes have continued dropping dozens of missiles and artillery fire onto the Gaza Strip, targeting civilians and their property, large residential towers, government buildings, roads, public facilities, agricultural lands, health clinics,
Weekend Argus Saturday4 mnt membacaDesign
In A Diverse World, Anyone Can Be A Model
MUCH of what Gucci designer Alessandro Michele does goes against the grain and then becomes the standard. Last month, he didn’t characterise his new collection, which marked the brand’s 100th anniversary, as one for autumn or spring. He was showing 9
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Health Corruption Should Anger Us
THE scale of state corruption in South Africa is so vast that it has become meaningless. Corruption has, in its daily manifestations, lost much of its capacity to shock and outrage. President Cyril Ramaphosa estimated that state looting during the lo
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With The Right Equipment, You Can Climb To New Heights
WITH the right equipment, you can climb to new heights. Heading out to a local trail, or even a summit, may be one of the most rewarding things to do. The fresh air and scenic views create the perfect atmosphere to explore and bond with your loved on
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Local Experts Keep Eye Out For New Variants
LOCAL experts and Premier Alan Winde are keeping a close eye on the emergence of new coronavirus variants and how fast they can spread. Western Cape Department of Health head Dr Keith Cloete said scientists were monitoring the presence of new variant
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New Struggle For Public Servants
THE Public Servants Association (PSA), as one of the largest public-sector unions, is increasingly concerned about public-sector employees’ struggles for decent working conditions, occupational health and safety, and the right to fair compensation, a
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Doctor Loses Rape Appeal
A MILITARY doctor who appealed his conviction and sentence for rape and sexual assault at the Western Cape High Court was only partly successful when the court upheld the guilty verdict, but reduced his jail term from eight to six years. ■
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Di’s ‘Bike Of Shame’ Sells For Nearly R1 Million
PRINCESS Diana’s old bicycle has sold for £44 000 (about R870 000). The 1970s Raleigh Traveller ladies bike went for twice the price it was expected to fetch when it was bought by an online American bidder from an auction in England last week. Diana,
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Klopp Enjoying Top-four Chase As Battle Intensifies
LIVERPOOL manager Jurgen Klopp said he has enjoyed chasing teams throughout his career as the battle to qualify for next season's Champions League goes down to the final three games of the season. Liverpool moved within four points of fourth-placed C
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Low Levels Of Financial Literacy Linked To Anxiety
NEW research shows that financial stress and anxiety is tied to low levels of financial literacy. Building on data from the US National Financial Capability Study, researchers from the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center (GFLEC) reached this
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Editor’s Choice
CAPE Union Mart, inspired by K-Way, has introduced an exclusive capsule (pronounced Mixxy, referencing the Roman numerals for 2021) that is an edgy streetwear collection geared towards younger Millennials and Gen-Zs and is the first of its kind for t
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TV Guide
Cycling: Giro d’Italia, Stage 8: Foggia-Guardia Sanframondi (173km), 12.30pm, VR1; Tour de Hongrie, Stage 4: Balassagyarmat-Gyongyos (204km), 4pm, VR3 Golf: Sunshine Ladies Tour: Investec SA Women‘s Open, Day 3, 12 noon, GOL; European Tour: Betfred B
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Delft’s Tsunami Of Electricity Woes
RESIDENTS of Section 29 in Delft have been plunged into the dark ages. For the past three years they have been living without electricity. Resident Bongile Damba said the problem began after the development of an informal settlement close to the area
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A Yummy Recipe For Kids Who Won’t Eat Breakfast
STAY-at-home mother Heather Step has shared some mouthwatering oats and ProNutro crunchies recipes. She founded South African Mom Blogs and lives in Joburg, with her husband, little Nicky, and their two dogs. This is a great recipe for those with kid
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Cape’s Plan To Defeat Covid-19
PREMIER Alan Winde is marching ahead with his plan to procure vaccines and has put a budget in place. This is despite Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize telling the premier that there was no need for him to procure vaccines. “I will not decommission our
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The Use Of Trusts For Business And Trading
BANKRUPTCIES in South Africa averaged 229 companies a month from 1980 until 2020. In August last year, an all-time high of 511 companies declared bankruptcy, compared to the record low of 63 companies in May 1988. The projected bankruptcies for 2021
Weekend Argus Saturday1 mnt membacaPolitics
Labour Dept Slated For Budget Cuts
THE Department of Employment and Labour came under fire yesterday for budget cuts which will see entities such as the Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) bear the brunt. Parties decried the budget cuts at the time, as there w
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Three Rules For A Mighty Emergency Account
HOW many of us found out for the first time during the Covid hot mess that we were, in fact, living from pay cheque to pay cheque? One of my favourite financial principles that can really save one a headache if anything happens is the Mighty emergenc
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Not A Whistle-stop Tour For Duo
THE 2019 Rugby World Cup (RWC) will forever be etched into the memories of South Africans, but more so for two men without whom the opening match would not have taken place. Ron Rutland and James Owens took up the challenge to deliver the whistle use
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‘Shadow And Bone’ A Testament To Rise Of The Fantasy Genre
THERE was a time when offerings in the fantasy genre were few and far between. Nonetheless, we remained hooked to shows like True Blood, The Originals, American Gods, The Magicians, The Outsider, Outlander and more as they arrived on the small screen
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Push For Action On Hate Crimes Bill
IN LIGHT of the surge in hate crimes against the LGBTQI+ community, the Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill has been brought forward by several organisations in protests as a pragmatic solution. At a discussion about the bill
Weekend Argus Saturday3 mnt membacaInternational Relations
Botswana, Zambia open Kazungula Bridge
THE Kazungula Bridge over the Zambezi River linking Botswana and Zambia is expected to improve trade and create jobs between the two countries. Opening the bridge on Monday, Botswana’s President Mokgweetsi Masisi said the completion of the bridge had
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Ellen Reaps What She Sowed
ELLEN DeGeneres danced her way to the dizzy heights of daytime television, winning over millions across the world with her “be kind” mantra, sharp wit and dressed-down celebrity allure – the Oprah of the masses. However, the music died for DeGeneres
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Empowering With Swimming Skills
LANGA residents are being empowered with swimming skills for job opportunities during the peak summer season. The lessons started two weeks ago at the Langa Swimming Pool hosted by the City of Cape Town’s Recreation and Parks department. One of the p
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Third Wave On The Way, But There’s Time To Lessen Impact
THE arrival of a third wave in South Africa is not a question of “if” but rather “when”, according to leading South African scientists and health professionals. For the past two weeks, positive Covid-19 infections hovered at around the 2000 mark. Usi
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Stella McCartney Launches Sustainable Collection With Adidas
STELLA McCartney has teamed up with adidas to launch a new sustainable capsule collection. The line boasts five unisex silhouettes. The environmentally-conscious designer has described the pieces as “classic Stella outerwear with a youthful athletici
Weekend Argus Saturday2 mnt membacaInternational Relations
World Must Unite For Peace In Middle East
THE world has looked on transfixed this week as tensions between Israel and Palestine have escalated, teetering perilously close to all-out war, rockets raining down from both sides as the body count mounts. War, with all its attendant bloodshed, uph
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Quick Read
DATA released this week in China’s seventh national census revealed the mainland population has reached 1.41178 billion while population growth has been its slowest in decades, with an average growth rate of 0.53% over the past 10 years. Head of the
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