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Cape Town, WC, South Africa

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Past articles by Jenna:

Man in the dock for allegedly killing pregnant woman in Cape Town

A man has appeared in the Bishop Lavis Magistrate's Court for allegedly killing a pregnant woman in Bonteheuwel, Cape Town. → Read More

Saudi Arabia travel ban: South African Umrah pilgrims in limbo amid coronavirus scare

With Saudi Arabia placing a temporary ban on Umrah pilgrims to prevent the arrival and spread of the coronavirus, several South African associations have warned of travel cancellations or changes. → Read More

Man arrested for allegedly shooting dead pregnant woman in Cape Town

A 42-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a pregnant woman in Bonteheuwel. → Read More

5 people, including child, killed in collision near Mokopane

Five people, including a child, were burnt beyond recognition following a collision between two vehicles near Mokopane, Limpopo police have said. → Read More

Joburg flash floods: Pupils rescued from bus, authorities on high alert

Authorities are monitoring low-lying areas around Johannesburg for possible flooding following a heavy downpour. → Read More

Du Toitskloof Pass fire: Strong winds hamper efforts to contain blaze

Strong winds are hampering efforts to fight a fire in the Du Toitskloof Pass area near Paarl, the Cape Winelands District Municipality has said. → Read More

PICS | Cops looking for masked man who shot Cape Town attorney near his home

Police have released images of the man they believe shot and wounded a civil attorney in broad daylight near his home in Gardens, Cape Town. → Read More

Western Cape train chaos: Eskom starts restoring power after Prasa pays up

Eskom confirms it terminated electricity supply due to non-payment following the surprise temporary suspension of the entire rail service in the Western Cape. → Read More

UPDATE | Train pain for Metrorail commuters as Eskom power cut cripples services

Hundreds of thousands of commuters in the Western Cape will be without rail transport following a surprise temporary suspension of the rail service. → Read More

Taxi driver shot dead in quarrel at Polokwane taxi rank

A taxi driver is shot dead following an apparent quarrel at a taxi rank in Seshego in Polokwane. → Read More

State security minister, deputy's phones cloned

The cellphones of State Security Minister Ayanda Dlodlo, her deputy, Zizi Kodwa, and several officials in the minister's office have been cloned, the department has confirmed. → Read More

Man shot dead, girl killed in crossfire in Ocean View

A man and a girl were shot dead in Ocean View, Cape Town, Western Cape police have confirmed. → Read More

Two shot dead in taxi in Paarl

Two people were shot dead in a taxi in Paarl, Western Cape police have said. → Read More

Man jailed for 20 years for raping partially blind 90-year-old woman

A man was handed 20 years in jail on Monday after pleading guilty to raping a 90-year-old partially blind woman in Bloemfontein, the National Prosecuting Authority said. → Read More

George plane crash: Mbalula gives go ahead for independent inquiry

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has directed that an independent inquiry be undertaken into a plane crash that claimed the lives of three employees of the South African Civil Aviation Authority's flight inspection unit. → Read More

R1 000 bail for farmer accused of shooting teen 'for stealing maize meal'

A 21-year-old Free State farmer gets R1 000 bail for allegedly trying to kill a teenage boy who he accuses of stealing maize meal. → Read More

JUST IN | Body of missing Tazne van Wyk, 8, found in drain outside Worcester

The body of Tazne van Wyk, 8, who went missing two weeks ago, has been found in a stormwater pipe outside Worcester, Western Cape police confirmed on Thursday morning. → Read More

Coalition asks Zondo commission to also focus on private sector's role in state capture

More than 20 civil society groups submit their recommendations to the Zondo commission on how to reform the state and private sectors in the wake of state capture. → Read More

Tazne van Wyk: Cops transporting kidnapping accused back to Cape Town

A person of interest in the disappearance of Tazne van Wyk, 8, of Cape Town is being transported back to the Western Cape to face a kidnapping charge, the police have said. → Read More

FW de Klerk fallout: No change in leadership expected as foundation 'comes out wiser'

In the wake of issuing and then withdrawing a contentious statement about apartheid, the FW de Klerk Foundation says it has "come out wiser", but that no one is expected to be fired or resign. → Read More