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MEC Anroux Marais on commemorating World Mental Health Day

As we commemorate World Mental Health Day today, the Western Cape Government understands that the COVID-19 pandemic had and continues to have an impact on the physical and mental wellbeing of our citizens, as well as officials across the province.It is…

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Four die in head on collision on N2 freeway in Gqeberha

A fatal accident involving two motor vehicles claimed the lives of four people just after midnight on the N2 between Seaview and the Baywest turnoff.It is alleged that on Sunday, 10 October 2021 at about 00:16 SAPS Kabega Park attended to an accident o…

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MEC Tertuis Simmers on halting illegal occupation hearing

Tomorrow, the hearing in case, No: 8631/2020 in the consideration of the common law right of counter-spoliation by landowners as a legitimate means to repel land invasions, launched as part B of an application by the South African Human Rights Commissi…

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Harare police arrest numerous suspects in one week

Police in Harare, Khayelitsha have in the course of the week exerted their authority on criminals since Monday 04 October 2021 until early hours of Saturday 09 October 2021.As part of the Project 8 station, Harare SAPS conducted operations across their…

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Premier Alan Winde and MEC Albert Fritz on policing in Western Cape

Joint statement by Premier Alan Winde and Provincial Minister Albert Fritz: The National Minister of Police‚Äôs claims that the Western Cape gets most policing resources is an insult to our poorest communitiesYesterday, the National Ministry of Police is…

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