South Africa - Weekend Argus (Sunday Edition)
Sunday - 14th October, 2018
Treble for Teetan at Sha Tin
RED HOT Karis Teetan, recorded a treble at Sha Tin yesterday to move within one win of current champ...
Sunday - 7th October, 2018
Can Waldgeist upset Enable?
FOR ALL Enable fans, what had seemed to be quite clear-cut anyway must now be looking like a done de...
Sunday - 30th September, 2018
Muis and the ‘Pocket Rocket’
HARRY Herbert has vivid recollections of the first time he came eye to eye with Lyric Fantasy. Well,...
Sunday - 23rd September, 2018
Van Niekerk going big in Hong Kong
MANY were offering short odds that Grant van Niekerk’s stint in Hong Kong would not be a long one....
Sunday - 16th September, 2018
Winx keeps marching on
admitted to a few anxious moments turning into the home straight. The jockey said the stron...
Sunday - 9th September, 2018
Handicapping boss calls it a day
IT’S A time of flux at the National Horse Racing Authority (NHRA), a feeling enhanced by the annou...
Sunday - 2nd September, 2018
Winter Blues may be pick of the bunch
THE Pinnacle Stakes race at Scottsville today looks something like a Louis Goosen benefit as he sadd...
Sunday - 26th August, 2018
Grandad murdered for TV and cellphone
A 70-year-old pensioner was murdered when he tried to protect his wife during a robbery at their Sur...
Sunday - 19th August, 2018
Cops have Malema in sights
EFF leader Julius Malema and his bodyguard face the possibility of arrest if police investigations c...
Sunday - 12th August, 2018
Economy teeters on the brink of recession
IN SPITE of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s attempts to revive the country’s struggling economy, the...
Sunday - 5th August, 2018
Students face eviction
PRESSURE is mounting for Minister of Higher Education Naledi Pandor to fire the chief executive of t...
Sunday - 29th July, 2018
De Lille offered new deal
MAYOR Patricia de Lille has been made an offer to move to the Western Cape provincial legislature to...
Sunday - 22nd July, 2018
W Cape worst on land
LAND reform has failed in the Western Cape. These were the sentiments of University of the Western C...
Sunday - 15th July, 2018
Serial killer fears grip Winelands
HE HAS been called the Winter Killer because he strikes in chilly June. Residents in the sl...
Sunday - 8th July, 2018
Warrant will be executed tomorrow
THE NET is closing in on President Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane, with the Hawks set to arrest him tom...
Sunday - 1st July, 2018
Judgment hands DA legal crisis
IN A SHOCKING shift, the DA has suspended its federal legal commission following the Western Cape Hi...
Sunday - 24th June, 2018
Gravity of SA health restructure
THE National Health Insurance (NHI) policy is set to ring in tremendous change as Health Minister Aa...
Sunday - 17th June, 2018
More Cape mayors in DA straits
TWO more Western Cape mayors will face the DA’s disciplinary body for bringing the party into disr...
Sunday - 10th June, 2018
Teen fears Somizi’s irate fans
THE family of a Cape Town teen embroiled in a homophobic and racist Twitter rant against TV personal...
Sunday - 3rd June, 2018
Taxi strike ultimatum
TAXI bosses have moved their deadline to grind their service to a halt to Wednesday as two major tax...
Sunday - 27th May, 2018
9 dead in 48 hours
POLICE have set up a special detective task force following a spate of 12 taxi-related shootings in ...
Sunday - 20th May, 2018
Court battle over control of Mama Africa’s work
THE family of the late Miriam Makeba and her business manager are expected to square off in court to...
Sunday - 13th May, 2018
Moves to place city under administration
IN A FRESH blow against the City of Cape Town, plans are afoot to place the DA-led city under admini...
Sunday - 6th May, 2018
De Lille’s legal acumen wins another round
EMBATTLED Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille lives to fight another day. In a swift legal move she im...
Sunday - 29th April, 2018
‘Where’s our free education?’
THE Right2Know Campaign (R2K), Amandla.mobi and cellular users are warming up for round two in the #...
Sunday - 22nd April, 2018
Renaming airport will be pricey
PLANS to change the name of Cape Town International Airport could be concluded by the end of the yea...
Sunday - 15th April, 2018
‘Name Cape Town airport after her’
CAPE Town International Airport should be renamed after Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, says EFF leader J...
Sunday - 8th April, 2018
DA firm on payment for land
THE DA remained resolute against land expropriation without compensation with its federal congress u...
Sunday - 1st April, 2018
‘City will pay for its tariff rise’
THE City of Cape Town has been warned that it risks losing its revenue base and driving residents to...
Sunday - 25th March, 2018
Divers search for bodies
POLICE divers are searching a crocodile-infested river for the bodies of Rod and Rachel Saunders fol...
Sunday - 18th March, 2018
Crowbar gangs back
CROWBAR burglars have been carrying out a number of break-ins in parts of the Cape Flats. T...
Sunday - 11th March, 2018
Zuma ally accused of R280m fraud
CONTROVERSIAL KwaZulu-Natal businessman Roy Moodley allegedly used his close proximity to some of th...
Sunday - 4th March, 2018
Concourt move to regulate church groups
THE Commission for the Promotion and Protection of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities’...
Sunday - 25th February, 2018
Outrage over city pay hikes
TOP managers in the City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Department have received salary incre...
Sunday - 18th February, 2018
Cyril out to kick butt
THE WAIT is on for President Cyril Ramaphosa’s cabinet reshuffle, with calls mounting to specifica...
Sunday - 11th February, 2018
Tussle over stand-in president
AS THE noose tightens around President Jacob Zuma’s neck, the ANC faces another conundrum: who wil...
Sunday - 4th February, 2018
Cosatu concern over water crisis
THE threat of mass job losses and health and hygiene concerns due to Cape Town’s water crisis is c...
Sunday - 21st January, 2018
Metrorail fiasco threatens businesses
THE Metrorail crisis is having a devastating effect on the economy of the Western Cape, with busines...
Sunday - 14th January, 2018
Ramaphosa looks to restore the country’s hope
ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa and the party’s new national executive committee (NEC) have declared...
Sunday - 7th January, 2018
Is free education possible?
AS THE excitement of the 2017 matric results begins to fade, more questions are being asked of the g...
Sunday - 17th December, 2017
R12.4bn for fee-free education
PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma’s announcement yesterday that “poor and working class” students will get ...
Sunday - 10th December, 2017
Town’s ‘public’ spaces contested
A LAND battle is looming in Stellenbosch as several influential and wealthy families stand accused o...
Sunday - 3rd December, 2017
Van Bredas ‘clashed over drug use’
TRIPLE-MURDER accused Henri van Breda and his father clashed over his drug use in the weeks before t...
Sunday - 26th November, 2017
consumers urged to tighten belts
CONSUMERS will have to go easy on spending over the next few months as South Africa braces itself fo...
Sunday - 19th November, 2017
Zim rallies against Bob
THE need for President Robert Mugabe to weigh up his exile options became real yesterday as thousand...
Sunday - 12th November, 2017
Higher education conundrum
FREE higher education could be President Jacob Zuma’s lasting legacy before he bows out of office,...
Sunday - 5th November, 2017
Pauw comes out fighting
“I AM well-prepared, not fazed in the least because they will not succeed.” These are t...
Sunday - 29th October, 2017
Henri van Breda set to testify
HENRI van Breda is likely to take the witness box this week and reveal to the court how he sustained...
Sunday - 22nd October, 2017
Fashion and class for pastors’ wives
IT’S a case of back to Bible school for some extravagant pastors’ wives. High-end fashionable su...
Sunday - 15th October, 2017
‘I’ll testify against Jacob Zuma’
FORMER presidential adviser Schabir Shaik is preparing to turn State witness amid the looming possib...
Sunday - 8th October, 2017
New DA leader calls for unity
THERE has been a resounding call for an end to internal rivalry within the DA following Bonginkosi M...
Sunday - 1st October, 2017
The ‘kill or get killed zone’
RESIDENTS of the Marikana informal settlement in Philippi – where 11 people were murdered on Frida...
Sunday - 24th September, 2017
Cosatu plans mass rolling action
IT’S all systems go for a national strike this Wednesday as Cosatu and the SACP take to the street...
Sunday - 17th September, 2017
Illegal taxi strike set for Cape
THOUSANDS of taxi commuters will be left stranded tomorrow as operators are set to go on strike.&...
Sunday - 10th September, 2017
Boy, 9, killed in his home by gang crossfire
WHEN the school bell rings at Kleinberg Primary in Ocean View tomorrow morning, the school day will ...
Sunday - 3rd September, 2017
SA upbeat about World Cup chances
SOUTH African rugby bosses are putting the finishing touches to the presentation they hope will win ...
Sunday - 27th August, 2017
Affordable housing test for the City
AN APPLICATION by one of the biggest developers in the Western Cape to depart from land use rights i...
Sunday - 20th August, 2017
SAA denied lift-off in Zimbabwe
SOUTH Africa and Zimbabwe are headed for a major diplomatic fall-out after an SAA Boeing was prohibi...
Sunday - 13th August, 2017
A ROBBER’S jammed firearm was the difference between life and death for Social Development MEC Alb...
Sunday - 6th August, 2017
Iconic hospital acquired for R300m
TWO OF the largest property developers in the Western Cape have teamed up to buy the old Christiaan ...
Sunday - 30th July, 2017
Fury over deaths at soccer derby
THERE HAS been outrage over soccer bosses’ decision to continue the Carling Black Label Champion C...
Sunday - 23rd July, 2017
Banks warn clients of scam
BANK customers have been warned of a new SIM-swop scam, with a major cellphone network asking its su...
Sunday - 16th July, 2017
‘SIU spent tax cash on sex toys’
THE Special Investigating Unit (SIU) – a state agency whose mandate it is to conduct forensic inve...
Sunday - 9th July, 2017
Bell Pottinger’s fingerprints
BOSSES at British public relations company Bell Pottinger knew what their people were up to in South...
Sunday - 2nd July, 2017
Expel Gupta ministers
HUMAN Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has called on the ANC to expel any of its members implicat...
Sunday - 25th June, 2017
President faces new revolt in ANC ranks
PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma faces renewed attempts on different fronts to try and unseat him, with some ANC...
Sunday - 18th June, 2017
another parastatal in peril
PETROSA is the latest state-owned enterprise that might need to be bailed out by the government as i...
Sunday - 11th June, 2017
Winds fan deadly flames
GALE-force winds wreaked havoc along the already fire-ravaged Garden Route yesterday, causing massiv...
Sunday - 4th June, 2017
DA at the crossroads over Zille
THE DA is at a critical juncture, with growing calls for it to take a decisive step and get rid of W...
Sunday - 28th May, 2017
Top SAA execs ‘manipulated’ R1.4bn deal
A FORENSIC audit of the long-term contracts of SAA has revealed how senior executives at the trouble...
Sunday - 21st May, 2017
Priest seeks R4m from church over loss of job
THE Anglican Church of Southern Africa faces a civil action of over R4 million from one of its forme...
Sunday - 14th May, 2017
Child’s body found in shallow grave
“THEY first saw the feet sticking out.” This was the grim discovery yesterday by a sear...
Sunday - 7th May, 2017
Can Cyril man up?
IN A wide-ranging Saturday lecture that both repeatedly denounced President Jacob Zuma and gave a po...
Sunday - 30th April, 2017
Constantia land claim ploughs on
MORE than 20 years after lodging a claim and waiting for the return of the land they were forcibly r...
Sunday - 23rd April, 2017
‘Bogus’ pastors, look out
THE days of religious leaders being a law unto themselves are numbered as the proposal for legislati...
Sunday - 16th April, 2017
Bus strike over as union inks ‘sell-out’ deal
THE bus strike may be over, but the agreement struck between unions and transport authorities came t...
Sunday - 9th April, 2017
SA faces battle to discard its junk status
IT COULD take South Africa seven years to work its way back up into investment grade from its junk s...
Sunday - 2nd April, 2017
Pressure mounts for no-confidence debate
SPEAKER Baleka Mbete is under pressure to hold a debate for a motion of no confidence against Presid...
Sunday - 26th March, 2017
Commuter agony here to stay for foreseeable future
TRAFFIC congestion and an unreliable train service are here to stay for the foreseeable future.&...
Sunday - 19th March, 2017
Dlamini baffled by court order
SOCIAL Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini says she is baffled by the Constitutional Court’s or...
Sunday - 12th March, 2017
Thousands of residents left homeless and lose all their possessions
AT LEAST 10 people were killed in three separate fires in Cape Town’s informal settlements yesterd...
Sunday - 5th March, 2017
CAPE DROUGHT IS OFFICIALLY A DISASTER
MAYOR Patricia de Lille has declared the City of Cape Town a disaster area, in order to manage the d...
Sunday - 26th February, 2017
Call for DA unity
THE DA’s newly elected interim leader in the Western Cape, Bonginkosi Madikizela, has called for u...
Sunday - 19th February, 2017
‘Banksters’ must do time
THE MAN who blew the whistle on currency manipulation 15 years ago and was widely condemned in finan...
Sunday - 12th February, 2017
Diplomats’ future look uncertain
A NUMBER of South African diplomats face expulsion after they were convicted of various offences abr...
Sunday - 5th February, 2017
‘Don’t send us to the wastelands’
BRENDA Smith, fondly known as Auntie Brenda has called No 128 Bromwell Street home for 76 years. She...
Sunday - 29th January, 2017
Property boom in Cape CBD
PROPERTY development in Cape Town’s CBD continues to boom, with investments totalling close to R20...
Sunday - 22nd January, 2017
‘No, I have not been captured’
IF THE Guptas – or anyone else – are “responsible for anything untoward, charge them”.&n...
Sunday - 15th January, 2017
Fears for kidnapped lensman
THE family of kidnapped photojournalist Shiraaz Mohamed fear the worst. Mohamed was kidnapped in Syr...
Sunday - 8th January, 2017
Varsities brace for more protests
UNIVERSITIES are taking preemptive action to curb possible protests in the new academic year amid fe...
Sunday - 18th December, 2016
Ford to face class action suit
FORD is facing a class-action lawsuit from more than 20 owners of its Kuga model across South Africa...
Sunday - 11th December, 2016
‘Super job for nearly axed Smith’
JP SMITH, the man whose name has become synonymous with the City of Cape Town’s safety and securit...
Sunday - 4th December, 2016
City’s cops face festive challenge
METRO police, law enforcement and traffic services will be stretched this festive season as the City...
Sunday - 27th November, 2016
Castro was friend of the poor masses
SOUTH Africa’s bigwigs joined global leaders in tributes to Fidel Castro, the Cuban revolutionary ...
Sunday - 20th November, 2016
It’s time for Toetie to tata
BOK coach Allister Coetzee simply has to do the honourable thing and fall on his sword after the onc...
Sunday - 13th November, 2016
Protector to investigate UWC council
INCOMING Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has opened an investigation into the UWC council for fa...
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