Ramadaan Special Programmes
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.
City tenants afforded the opportunity to become home owners
The City of Cape Town has recently announced that the sale of some 9000 council owned properties have created conflict Read more.
Water, Sanitation Dept disputes remuneration for Gift of the Givers
The Department of Water and Sanitation has disputed Gift of the Givers claims that the foundation will be compensated for Read more.
The Palestinian Nakba is ongoing
The past week marked the 71st anniversary of the Nakba, a commemoration of the catastrophe in which Zionist forces banished Read more.
Muslim Hands fills 18 aid containers for Syria
By Tauhierah Salie It was all hands on deck at the iconic Zeenatul Islam Masjid in Muir Street in District 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.
South Africa targets Uganda for bilateral relations
South African companies in the agro-processing, capital equipment, energy and furniture sectors will show off their wares while on an Outward Read more.
Presidential inauguration: Cyril Ramaphosa cuts costs by R100m
The presidency confirmed that plans were in place to host a successful, but minimalist, presidential inauguration to install Cyril Ramaphosa Read more.
Cape Flats’ Fredie Blom celebrated his 115th birthday
A very special birthday was celebrated in Delft on the Cape Flats of possibly the oldest man in the world, Read more.
Desalination plant ends contract with City of Cape Town
Quality Filtration Systems (QFS), the V&A Waterfront desalination plant owner, has terminated its water supply contract with the City of Read more.
Ramadan becomes a struggle in cyclone-hit northern Mozambique
Guludo/Ibo, Mozambique – Piles of debris lie where thatched mud huts once stood in the village of Guludo in northern Mozambique. Broken pieces of Read more.
Trump threatens Iran’s ‘end’ if it seeks fight with the US
Just days after saying he was prepared for talks, United States President Donald Trump has issued a direct threat to Iran, suggesting that the Islamic Republic Read more.
Indian PM Modi secures 2nd term & stronger majority, exit polls show
India’s ruling National Democratic Alliance headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party is on course to win the Read more.
Iceland could be ‘punished’ for Palestinian flag display at Eurovision, say Israeli hosts
The Israeli broadcaster of the Eurovision said Iceland could be punished for holding up Palestinian flags during live coverage of Read more.