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MPlain school shutdown after toilets vandalized

By Aneeqa Du Plessis Appalled parents shut down Alpine Primary School in Mitchells Plain on Wednesday after 1300 children were expected to share two toilets. Alpine primary has been the target of continuous vandalism incidents. Several complaints were reported to the province’s Safe School Call Centre during the holidays. In[…]

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Neil Aggett inquest: Apartheid cops who did not apply for amnesty regrouping, says TRC commissioner

Yasmin Sooka, a former Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) commissioner, says many former apartheid police officers – some of whom were in police command structures – have been regrouping “to prevent any information emerging around things that implicate them”. Speaking to News24 after the reopened inquest into the death of[…]

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Slow internet expected at least until next month

A French cable-laying vessel destined for Angola to repair undersea internet connectivity cables and restore South Africa’s slow internet, has not yet reached Namibian waters. The recent strong winds in Cape Town prevented the vessel from leaving and the ship only departed Table Bay harbour on Wednesday evening. According to[…]

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