NewsWrap: 81 year old former New Zealand bus driver wins Lamborghini 

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UCT launches app to tackle GBV 

The University of Cape Town has introduced Kwanele, a survivor-centered digital tool, as part of its efforts to combat gender-based violence (GBV) on its campuses. This app enables individuals to report GBV incidents without fear of persecution or other barriers that may deter survivors from coming forward. It focuses on guiding survivors through the system to minimize re-victimization, rather than favoring a specific outcome for survivors.

WCG calls on private sector to assist Port of Cape Town from deterioration 

The Western Cape Government has called for the involvement of the private sector in the Port of Cape Town.
The province says there has been a significant deterioration in the port.
The province says the port must be an economic partner and run efficiently to help the province achieve economic growth.

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Ramaphosa says the democratic government has also provided a variety of important services to the population of the country.

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International Relations Minister Naledi Pandor explained that the recall of South African diplomats from Israel is a standard procedure used when a situation causes significant harm and concern. The government expressed deep concern over the ongoing casualties among Palestinian children and innocent civilians at the hands of the Israeli Defence Force, which led to the decision to withdraw its representatives in Israel in response to heightened tensions with Palestinian territories. This move underscores South Africa’s strong stance on the Israel-Palestine conflict.

81 year old former New Zealand bus driver wins Lamborghini 

An 81 year old former volunteer bus driver in New Zealand recently won a Lamborghini at a motorsports park. The prize which is valued at between 250,000 and 445,000 dollars will see him cruising around town in a high performance vehicle which accelerates from zero to 100km/h in just 2,9seconds.

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