Voice of the Cape


Vigil for victims of two NZ terror attacks

Cape Town – Sympathisers gathered on the steps of St George’s Cathedral last night for a candlelight vigil in honour of the victims of the terror attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. Australian Brenton Tarrant, 28, a suspected white supremacist, was charged with murder on Saturday. Remanded without[…]

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SA to utilise seat at UNSC for brokering peace

Minister of International Relations and Corporations, Lindiwe Sisulu says South Africa is committed to using the UN Security Council seat to broker peace across the world, including the Middle East. On Sunday, she visited the Grace Bible Church in Soweto, where she highlighted the country’s commitment in enhancing the African[…]

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Muslims reeling after Malmesbury attack

What was meant to have been a joyous and fulfilling end of Ramadan has turned into one of sadness and tragedy, as the Muslim community in Cape Town reels after a devastating and senseless attack at the Malmesbury masjid. On Thursday morning, two musallees at the mosque, 74 year old[…]

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Tunisia’s noble success, where many have failed

OPINION by Abdulrahman al-Rashed – The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet in October. It was awarded to people who worked to prevent their country from falling into the abyss due to the winds of change during the Arab Spring. What the people of Tunisia[…]

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