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It is reported that protesters set alight two buses at the Nyanga bus terminus and four buses on Lansdowne Road in Philippi. ( )

Cape Flats protests leave six buses torched

Six Golden Arrow buses have been set alight in Nyanga and Philippi on the Cape Flats, in what is believed to be a service delivery protest.

Limpopo route set to boost tourism
Monday 1 September 2014 06:45
Iraqi forces break two-month siege of Amerli
Monday 1 September 2014 06:30

South Africa

Cape Flats protests leave six buses torched

Monday 1 September 2014 09:00

Six Golden Arrow buses have been set alight in Nyanga and Philippi on the Cape Flats, in what is believed to be a service delivery protest.

Africa

Pretoria talks push to end Lesotho crisis

Monday 1 September 2014 06:05

High-level talks will continue in Pretoria on Monday to try to end the political crisis in Lesotho.

World

Fighting erupts between Syrian army, rebels on Golan Heights

Monday 1 September 2014 07:40

Heavy fighting between Syrian army forces and rebels erupted on the Golan Heights,it was unclear if either of the two sides had gained an advantage to control a key frontier crossing.

Politics

Parliament committee to finalise charges against EFF

Monday 1 September 2014 07:00

Parliament's Powers and Privileges committee will meet Monday to finalise misconduct charges against EFF MPs.

Business

Brent holds above $103; China data weighs

Monday 1 September 2014 06:51

Brent crude held steady above $103 a barrel on Monday, as a recent rebound in oil prices was checked by fresh data suggesting a slowdown in China's factory activity.

Science

Professor Moodley says entry level interns need to be better skilled to perform caesarean sections.
Failed caesarean sections in the country "a worrying trend"

Sunday 31 August 2014 14:22

Emeritus Professor at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Jack Moodley, has called for increased training of interns and medical officers to perform caesarean sections.

Lifestyle

Limpopo route set to boost tourism

Monday 1 September 2014 06:45

Limpopo's Tourism department has begun four days of activities marking the launch of the Bush to Beach and Escarpment 4X4 Route.

Sport

Federer roars into fourth round after rain delay

Monday 1 September 2014 05:58

Grand slam king Roger Federer came back with renewed vigor after a weather delay to rout Spaniard Marcel Granollers 4-6 6-1 6-1 6-1 and charge into the fourth round of the US Open on Sunday.

Opinion

A Free Syrian Army soldier collects a copy of the Koran from the floor of mosque after a shell slammed into the building in Aleppo, Syria in 2012.
Crossing paths with James Foley in Syria’s war

Saturday 30 August 2014 14:54

Independent journalists reporting in war zones depend on their instincts and luck, writes James Palmer.

National Days 2014

All the latest news on Women’s Day.

Oscar Pistorius Murder Trial

All the latest news, exclusive insight and multimedia from the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius

Oscar Pistorius Murder Trial

Celebrating 20 yrs of freedom

South Africa was freed from the shackles of apartheid and the first democratic elections were held in 1994. A journey of freedom is documented in this special feature.

Lifestyle, Science & Tech Wrap

Latest technology, science and arts news highlights.

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