Poorer voted for Brexit: Analyst

Poorer voted for Brexit: Analyst

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People without money voted Brexit argues risk analyst Rachel McLaughlin at the Cape Messenger/Omega…
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2 hours agoPoorer voted for Brexit: Analyst
Card payments for car registration

Card payments for car registration

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The City of Cape Town has started piloting the use of card payment facilities at its motor vehicle registration office in the Cape Town Civic Centre. On the first day of the pilot, which kicked off on…
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6 hours agoCard payments for car registration
CT warns of scam artist

CT warns of scam artist

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City warns of scam artist fleecing residents. The city's media desk reports 29 June 2016 - The City of Cape Town would like to inform residents to be on the lookout for a scam artist posing as a Ci…
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8 hours agoCT warns of scam artist
Pondering what SA wants

Pondering what SA wants

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By Peter Attard Montalto ON A recent holiday (not in SA, alas) to step back from the noise and bu…
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9 hours agoPondering what SA wants
SABC journos stand up

SABC journos stand up

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Ed Herbst, retired SABC journalist, considers the issue of media capture under, first, the National…
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1 day agoSABC journos stand up

Poorer voted for Brexit: Analyst

People without money voted Brexit argues risk analyst Rachel McLaughlin at the Cape Messenger/Omega Investment Research Brexit Workshop being held in Cape Town today
By Donwald Pressly, Editor of Cape Messenger
29 June 2016 – People with money tended to “vote in” while those that didn’t and felt disenfranchised by Britain’s link to the European


Card payments for car registration

The City of Cape Town has started piloting the use of card payment facilities at its motor vehicle registration office in the Cape Town Civic Centre. On the first day of the pilot, which kicked off on Monday 27 June 2016, more than 100 credit and debit card transactions were processed. The City hopes to


CT warns of scam artist

City warns of scam artist fleecing residents. The city’s media desk reports
29 June 2016 – The City of Cape Town would like to inform residents to be on the lookout for a scam artist posing as a City of Cape Town employee.
The City has received at least three reports from Milnerton, Claremont and


Pondering what SA wants

By Peter Attard Montalto
ON A recent holiday (not in SA, alas) to step back from the noise and bubble of the SA story, I was struck by something. The ongoing circular treadmill of political discourse in SA needs to take a huge step back and answer the question “SA, what do you actually want?”.


SABC journos stand up

Ed Herbst, retired SABC journalist, considers the issue of media capture under, first, the National Party and, now under the ANC.  He quotes The Times of 28 June 2016 on the matter of the South African Broadcasting Corporation: “The (public) broadcaster’s chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng, who has a final say on anything editorial, has for months


Zuma must pay back R7.8m

Nkandla: Treasury determination just the beginning of the road for Zuma & Co argues DA leader Mmusi Maimane

28 June 2016 – The Democratic Alliance (DA) notes National Treasury’s determination that President Jacob Zuma must personally pay back R7.8 million to the people of South Africa for the benefit he unduly accrued via non-security