Ramadaan Special Programmes
“Schools are no longer safe,” says Cape Flats parents
What was supposed to be a safe space and site of learning has turned into a site of tragedy as Read more.
S. Africans to perform I’tikaaf at al-Aqsa, Palestinians rejoice
By Anees Teladia Some lucky South Africans have been blessed with the opportunity to perform I’tikaaf in Masjid al-Aqsa – Read more.
One step closer to a children’s commissioner in Western Cape
By Anees Teladia The Western Cape could soon see the appointment of a long-awaited children’s commissioner if all goes according Read more.
MPlain haafith bags third position at international Qur’an event
South African huffath continue to dominate the world stage and this time, a Mitchell’s Plain reciter has bagged third position Read more.
CoCT to conduct site inspection of PHA amid court battle
The City of Cape Town is expected to give agricultural experts a hearing as it inspects land this week, while Read more.
Overwhelming response to live Gaza pledge
The Voice of the Cape listeners responded with a big heart to the Al Quds Foundation SA’s Live pledge for Read more.
AWS brings Ramadan spirit to Bonteheuwel
Another successful Iftaar has been completed at the Al Jaamia Uthmania Masjied in Bonteheuwel as residents came out in their Read more.
SAJBD utterances reflect desire for SA “policy capture”
By Anees Teladia The Palestinian solidarity movement has criticized the South African Zionist lobby for its malicious verbal attacks on Read more.
Cape Town street artist fuses graffiti and cartoon-style art at live installation
Chad Hanning did a live art installation of a Jurassic Park-themed mural in Braamfontein on 2 May for the 8th Read more.
Magashule not implicated in report: Mkhwebane
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says her report on the Estina Dairy Farm Project at Vrede in the Free State doesn’t Read more.
Anglo American fires 643 workers for staging illegal strike
South Africa’s platinum giant Anglo American Platinum said Monday it had sacked more than 600 workers at its mine in northern Read more.
Property: What you need to know about investing in land
It is important to understand that there is more to investing in property than just buying ready-made buildings and maintaining Read more.
Monday’s weather: Heavy rain and gale force winds in parts of SA
A warning of extremely high fire danger conditions has been issued for areas over the interior of the Eastern Cape, Read more.
Zuma supporters expected to march ahead of his court appearance
Hundreds of supporters of former President Jacob Zuma are expected to march ahead of his application for a permanent stay of prosecution Read more.
25 SA tourists involved in Egypt bus explosion on their way home
The bulk of the South African tourists who were involved in a bus explosion near Egypt’s Giza Pyramids are heading back Read more.
‘We warn people, but they don’t listen,’ says lion farm where toddler’s scalp was ripped off
The lion farm where a little girl’s scalp was ripped off last week has put the blame for such incidents Read more.
‘This is not a peace plan’: Palestinians shun Bahrain conference
The Palestinian leadership has not been consulted about a US-led conference in Bahrain next month in support of Washington’s Middle East peace Read more.
New Zealand mosque shooter charged with terrorism
The man accused of carrying out a mass shooting at a New Zealand mosque faces new charges, including one count Read more.
Venezuela’s Maduro proposes early elections for opposition-held National Assembly
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has proposed holding early elections to restock the National Assembly, currently headed by opposition leader and Read more.
Trump threatens to use ‘great force’ at Iran provocation, but says there’s ‘no indication’ of one
As he continues to trade verbal jabs with Tehran, US President Donald Trump issued a fresh barrage of threats on Read more.