IOL Security beefed up for ANCYL ‘economic freedom’ march 2017-03-23T07:17:00.000000Z Security has been beefed up in anticipation of thousands of people marching for “economic freedom” in the Ballito CBD today. #TaxiWar: 23 drivers held for attempted murder 2017-03-23T06:50:00.000000Z Twenty-three taxis drivers associated with Cape Amalgamated Taxi Associations have been arrested after allegedly shooting at rival taxi operators. Saudis order new check on meat 2017-03-23T06:47:00.000000Z Saudi Arabia orders new inspections of meat from Brazil after allegations that exporters bribed local inspectors to approve tainted meat for sale. CTIJF expected to draw 37 000 people 2017-03-23T06:14:00.000000Z The Western Cape economy is expected to get an injection of over R700 million from this year's Cape Town International Jazz Festival. 'SA has too many people with too little to lose' 2017-03-23T06:09:00.000000Z Argon Asset Management chief executive Mothobi Seseli told the Cape Times breakfast that the private sector is SA's biggest enabler. Bloodshed expected in Delft taxi war 2017-03-23T05:57:00.000000Z threat of violence as Delft Taxi Council says they will not allow Cape Amalgamated Taxi Association to operate there. R11.4bn shortfall for health department 2017-03-23T05:54:00.000000Z The national Department of Health has asked Treasury for more money as it has a budget shortfall of R11.4 billion which would cripple its operations. Disgraced former SABC executive in line for top job 2017-03-23T05:42:00.000000Z Disgraced former SABC chief financial officer Gugu Malaza (formerly Duda) has been recommended for a plum job with the Ekurhuleni municipality. 'No state employees behind hit on judges' HQ' 2017-03-23T05:38:00.000000Z Khomotso Phahlane has nonsensed public suspicion that government employees were involved in the burglary of Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng's offices. Western Cape MPLs to debate Zille's pro-colonialism tweets 2017-03-23T05:36:00.000000Z A debate into tweets extolling the “positive” aspects of colonialism by Premier Helen Zille will take place in the provincial legislative assembly next week.