Voice of the Cape

July2018

Voters cast ballots in landmark polls

Millions of Zimbabweans are heading to the polls to vote in the country’s first elections since independence in 1980 without the name of long-time leader Robert Mugabe on the ballot. Polling stations opened at 7am (05:00 GMT) on Monday and will close at 7pm (17:00 GMT). More than five million[…]

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Cape school vandalism cost over R500 000

The Western Cape has had to fork out more than R500 000 due to vandalism at schools over the winter holidays. The wellbeing of pupils could be compromised if these incidents are not curbed. Vandals damaging school premises and stealing much-needed equipment is It’s not an unfamiliar occurrence. Over the[…]

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18 people charged over Hermanus protest to apply for bail

A group of 18 people will apply for bail in the Hermanus Magistrate’s Court on Monday after being charged for crimes related to a protest earlier this month. Zwelihle Renewal Committee member Theron Mqhu faces charges of robbery with aggravating circumstances, attempted murder and public violence. The others face charges[…]

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Maher Zain returns to CT with the Philharmonic Orchestra

Swedish singer/songwriter Maher Zain has gifted the world with a captivating fusion of East and West that has resonated with audiences across the globe. With music videos topping 1.8 billion views, this icon’s reach in the Islamic music genre is amplified by his call for unity on emotive tracks such[…]

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Turkish President Erdogan addresses SA Muslims

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday said Ankara would not allow the Fetullah Terrorist Organisation (FETO) to make South Africa its base. At the inauguration of a new Turkish Embassy building in South Africa’s capital Pretoria, Erdogan warned the country of the threat of FETO as South Africa is[…]

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