Dog put down after mauling Ravensmead baby to death
The Cape of Good Hope SPCA says the dog had to be euthanised after angry community members attacked it.
Cases against 52 Nyanga residents arrested during taxi strike postponed
The 41 men and 11 women taken into custody allegedly went on the rampage in Browns Farm amid a taxi strike across Cape Town.
[WATCH] Cape police come under attack in Hanover Park
South African Police Service members were deployed to the area on Tuesday afternoon.
Probe after train collides with tanker at Muldersvlei level crossing
The accident occurred during afternoon peak on Tuesday.
10 injured in diesel tanker, train collision near Stellenbosch
Ten people, including a train driver, have been injured in the crash.
53 arrested for violence during taxi strike in Nyanga
Shops were looted, tyres were set alight in the streets and cars were pelted with rocks.
Delft man arrested for stabbing, robbing woman
Officers were patrolling Stellenbosch Arterial Road on Monday night when they spotted the victim.
Mitchells Plain mother in court for murder of newborn
It's alleged the woman choked her newborn son to death and hid his body under a mattress at a house in Beacon Valley.
City of CT: Too many water users not changing behaviour
The municipality says there are still too many Capetonians who are seemingly not bothered by the level 5 restrictions or higher water tariffs.
‘Let’s not wait for things to get this bad’
Taxi owners called off a province-wide strike on Monday that left thousands of commuters stranded.
Taxi owners distance themselves from CT strike violence
The strike was called off following a meeting between industry representatives and Transport MEC Donald Grant.
Cape commuters stranded amid taxi strike, Tshwane strike postponed
A strike across the Western Cape has left thousands of people stranded, while the strike planned for Tshwane appears to have been postponed.
Nyanga church prays for ANC to choose new leadership wisely in December
Reverend Ernest Mototjane laid hands on Gwede Mantashe, asking that the ANC do what is right to take the community forward.
Robben Island Museum offers counselling to sinking ferry passengers
The Robben Island Museum management says it has made counselling available to some of the traumatized passengers who were aboard a sinking ferry.
WC commuters warned to make other transport plans as taxis strike
The strike is expected to cause disorder as thousands of commuters depend on minibus taxis to travel daily to work and school.
WC govt announces beginning of R281 million laboratory project
The Observatory Forensic Pathology Institute will be built at the entrance to Groote Schuur Hospital in the Observatory area.
Officer wounded in Khayelitsha attempted robbery recovering well
The officer was shot in the thigh when he tried to help his colleague who was being robbed by three armed men.
Safety concerns over sinking Robben Island ferry
A probe has been launched to determine why a ferry transporting passengers from Robben Island started taking water and began sinking.