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Investigation exonerates Stellenbosch University Rector

An independent investigation has exonerated the Rector of Stellenbosch University (SU), Professor Wim de Villiers, of attempting to interfere in the Constitutional Court litigation related to the University’s 2016 Language Policy by trying to convince Justice Edwin Cameron to accept the nomination for the election of the SU Chancellor. The report[…]

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VOC bursary fund open for 2020 applications

In conjunction with the Muslim Broadcasting Corporation, VOC will invest in the education of future generations by awarding bursaries to select students! The bursaries are not limited to students studying journalism and media. However, applicants are advised that bursaries are only allocated for fees and therefore exclude transport, accommodation and[…]

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Rescue workers trying to locate missing teen in Cape Town

Rescue crews are still trying to locate the body of a missing 18-year-old man at Rocklands Beach in Cape Town. The bodies of three other teenagers have already been recovered in a widespread search. The teenagers disappeared in the sea late on Sunday afternoon. The search was temporarily called off on Tuesday[…]

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Bodies wash up on Cape beach

The extended search for two missing people who were presumed to have drowned may finally be at an end after two bodies were discovered washed up on Mnandi Beach today, November 21. NSRI has been combing the sea to find two male swimmers aged 17 and 25 who went missing[…]

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Water levels in Cape dams stable

The Western Cape dam levels have stabilised 66.2 percent, slight decrease from last week, but more than three percent higher than the same time last year. The dams that supply the City of Cape Town with water are on average more than 83 percent full. Provincial Environmental Affairs Department’s spokesperson[…]

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