The Road Freight Association is remaining mum on a looming truckers strike. Wage negotiations in the sector have reportedly been ongoing since June. The South African Transport and Allied Workers’ Union says it will bring the country’s economy to a halt by embarking on a nationwide strike should no agreement be reached. The Road Freight […]
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The City of Cape Town has taken to Twitter and Facebook to inform residents that it has averted load shedding stage 1 planned for Sunday evening. “Load shedding will be avoided tonight for areas under control by the City’s load shedding schedule. This is due to spare generation capacity at the Steenbras power station,” it […]
Big petrol price drop for August. The Central Energy Fund has released the petrol price data to take effect in August, showing a sizable drop in fuel prices across the board. From 5 August 2015, 93 and 95 petrol will cost 51 cents less, while diesel will drop by 76 cents per litre. According to […]
Cape taxi ranks get free Wi-Fi internet is being rolled out at taxi ranks in the Western Cape as an expansion of a project to grow internet access throughout South Africa. On Friday, Project Isizwe announced that commuters at Gugulethu and Khayelitsha taxi ranks will be granted access to free Wi-Fi, as the organisation forges […]
Over the last four years, the Western Cape Government has rolled out its Average Speed camera enforcement network to various parts of the province, and it has proven to be a great success. The first phase of the project was launched in October 2011 on the R61 from Beaufort West to Aberdeen. The ASOD system has […]
rAge gaming expo is coming to Cape Town. Cape Town is set to receive its own version of rAge in 2016, which will be run by the team behind Joburg’s annual gaming exposition. Titled the “really Awesome geek experience” – the original rAge is the “really awesome gaming expo” – the event will be run […]
Egyptian events platform eases networking process Cairo-based Eventtus, a social platform that enables event-goers to engage with each other more easily, has obtained 20,000 users since its launch and recently closed its first round of funding.
Settlement in school conditions case An agreement was reached between an Eastern Cape pupil, her school and the basic education department over poor conditions at the institution.
Mandla Mandela facing firearm charge Mandla Mandela has been accused of pointing a gun at a man and threatening to shoot him, Eastern Cape police have said.
Man arrested for E Cape teen’s rape A 33-year-old man accused of raping a teenager has been arrested in Alexandria, Eastern Cape.