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Cape Town, WC, South Africa

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Recent articles by Jenni:

South Africa: City of Cape Town to Apply for Interdict Against Foreign Nationals Seeking Refuge in Methodist Church

The City of Cape Town is expected to apply for an urgent interdict on Monday against foreign nationals conducting a sit-in at the Central Methodist Mission for allegedly flouting health and safety by-laws. → Read More

WATCH | Siya Kolisi shows how to work the selfie line at Christmas tree lighting ceremony

After leading the Springboks to victory at the Rugby World Cup in Japan, Siya Kolisi is in high demand for the perfect selfie as fans of the Springbok captain rush for pictures whenever he is sighted. → Read More

South Africa: Court Papers Served On Foreign Nationals Seeking Refuge in Methodist Church

The City of Cape Town is applying for an urgent interdict to prevent a group of foreign nationals from continuing their "sit-in" at the Central Methodist Mission and allegedly flouting health and safety by-laws. → Read More

Court papers served on foreign nationals seeking refuge in Methodist church

The City of Cape Town is applying for an urgent interdict to prevent a group of foreign nationals from continuing their "sit-in" at the Central Methodist Mission and allegedly flouting health and safety by-laws. → Read More

Another Cape Town woman attacked by brick and stone throw on N1

Another motorist has been attacked by people throwing bricks and stones at cars on the N1 in Cape Town, days after a school teacher from Paarl was killed when a brick was thrown at her, Western Cape Community Safety MEC Albert Fritz says. → Read More

Bishops sex scandal teacher still under medical care

The former Bishops teacher accused of sexual misconduct is still under medical care, her lawyer has said after the school released a statement on the findings of its investigation. → Read More

Investigation finds Fiona Viotti engaged in 'sexual misconduct' with 5 Bishops boys

Bishops Diocesan College in Cape Town says an independent investigation into sexual misconduct by a former teacher has found at least five pupils were targeted. → Read More

South Africa: Investigation Finds Fiona Viotti Engaged in 'Sexual Misconduct' With 5 Bishops Boys

A female teacher at Bishops Diocesan School in Cape Town was found to have engaged in sexual misconduct with at least five pupils, but will not be disciplined because she resigned, the school said on Monday. → Read More

Sea Point land sale: School will have affordable housing units for staff

The Phyllis Jowell Jewish Day School plans to include 44 affordable housing units for staff who will work at the school, the Western Cape High Court heard in a challenge by housing activists who want the entire site to be turned into social housing. → Read More

Why didn't they pick up the phone?

Judge perplexed over apparent lack of communication between government departments over sale of R135m Sea Point plot to private buyer. → Read More

Sea Point land sale: Failure to include isiXhosa in public notice a problem, court hears

The importance of languages in government notices came under the spotlight in a challenge to the Western Cape's plan to sell valuable Sea Point property to a developer instead of using it for social housing. → Read More

Land sale battle: Social activists, govt square off in court over R135m Sea Point sale

The City of Cape Town, the government, and the potential owners of prime land in Sea Point are facing off against a group of activists who are demanding social housing and the reversal of apartheid spatial planning. → Read More

AfriForum threatens to sue Lesufi: 'Assassination claim a blatant lie'

The war of words between AfriForum and Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi became even more angry on Sunday with a defamation suit in the offing. → Read More

'I was raped in the toilet' - another man alleges that he was a victim of Breytenbach

Another man has accused Willem Breytenbach, a former Media24 magazine executive and teacher, of sexual abuse. → Read More

'Sexual predator' Breytenbach attempted suicide on Mossel Bay beach

The former teacher and media executive at the centre of sexual abuse allegations tried to end his life with a cocktail of pills and booze, News24 has learnt. → Read More

Long swim to freedom for 24 suspected poachers busted on Robben Island

Twenty-four suspected poachers were arrested on and around historic Robben Island after the skippers of boats waiting for them spotted patrol vessels and left them behind, says Western Cape police. → Read More

Call for calm after taxi association chairperson shot dead in Cape Town

The Western Cape government has called for calm among taxi associations after the chairperson of the Bellville chapter of the Cape Amalgamated Taxi Association was shot dead. → Read More

Methodist Church of Southern Africa inducts first female presiding bishop

Bishop Purity Malinga has become the Methodist Church of Southern Africa's first female presiding bishop. → Read More

Acting amaXhosa king appointed following death of King Sigcawu

Nkosi Dumehleli Mapasa has been named as acting amaXhosa king, following the death of King Mpendulo Zwelonke Sigcawu, a royal spokesperson says. → Read More

Bishops to wait until after exams to reveal result of sex scandal investigation

The outcome of the investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct levelled against a former teacher of Bishops Diocesan College in Cape Town will only be made known at the end of the school term, the school says. → Read More