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08 September 2018 5:56 PM Man shot, wounded in Cape Town

Yet another shooting has occurred in Cape Town's Facreton area, in spite of protest marches by residents to demand an end to the violence. "The Kensington Community Police Forum confirms that this morning, Saturday the 8th of September, a shooting incident occurred in Factreton," said KCPF spokesperson Zainulabideen van der Schyff. "One male was left wounded 195

06 September 2018 2:32 PM African tourism has only seen the tip of the iceberg

African tourism has only seen the tip of the iceberg, with great international potential and an expanding market closer to home, a global hospitality consultant has said. Tim Smith, managing partner at independent global hospitality consultancy HVS, says this largely untapped potential in African hospitality - coupled with the growing local market - promises 59

03 September 2018 6:49 PM House price growth faces downward trend for third year running

Real house price growth has continued to decline and while it is still mildly positive in nominal terms, it remains negative in real terms, John Loos, household and property sector strategist at FNB said on Monday. Furthermore, Loos says it appears highly likely that 2018, as a whole, will end up showing slower average house price growth than 2017. The average 86

29 August 2018 9:55 AM Vodacom is said to discuss network-sharing deal with Telkom

Vodacom is negotiating a South African wireless network-sharing deal with fixed-line operator Telkom SA as a replacement for former partner Cell C, according to people familiar with the matter. The unit of Vodafone lost about a R1bn ($70.7m) of annual revenue when Cell C jumped ship to fierce rival MTN earlier this year, the sources, who asked not to be identified 71

23 August 2018 9:43 AM The enchanting Shakespeare in Love is back at the Fugard by popular demand

Cape Town – If you missed out on the opportunity to see the South African production of Shakespeare in Love on stage, you’re in luck. Back by popular demand the award-winning production returns to the Fugard Theatre in the Mother City. The show, written by Lee Hall and adapted from the Academy Award-winning (1999) screenplay by Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman 67

17 August 2018 7:44 PM Property prices 'correcting', but no cause for alarm

When the residential property market is correcting - as is currently happening, especially in the Western Cape - pricing a home correctly becomes all the more important. This is according to Crispin Inglis, co-founder of online estate agency PropertyFox. "When the market is correcting, it takes a bit of time for sellers to realise that, although a house 89

13 August 2018 9:43 AM JUST IN: Unions accept wage deal to end Gautrain strike

The United National Transport Union has agreed to a wage deal with the Gautrain which will end the two-week long strike. Officials told a mass meeting at the Gautrain Midrand Depot on Monday that they had agreed to an 8% wage hike across the board following marathon meetings over the weekend. UNTU is affiliated with trade union federation Fedusa, and claims 69

07 August 2018 3:55 PM Union revises wage demands as Gautrain strike continues

The United National Transport Union (UNTU) on Tuesday revised its wage demand for Gautrain workers, as the strike entered its ninth day. According to the new demand, the union wants a 9% basic salary increase across the board, a housing allowance of R1 400 , a 9% increase to the travel allowance and incentive bonuses of R15 000. The Bombela Operating 74

07 August 2018 1:42 PM If you want our votes next year, do the right thing

The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) has issued a stern warning to Gauteng Premier David Makhura to do the "right thing" or risk losing votes in the upcoming elections. Makhura failed to show up to accept the organisation's memorandum at the legislature on Monday. "We are disappointed by David Makhura. Where is he? Dololo (nothing)," general secretary 96

07 August 2018 9:21 AM Amcu warns Implats: Gloves will be off should job cut talks fail

The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) warned on Tuesday that should consultation fail, it would embark on industrial action at Impala Platinum over looming job losses. “We are not going to run to [the] labour court, we don’t have money... we will hit where it matters most...[the] gloves will be off,” Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa 136