[WATCH] Gun violence in gangland: See how tech is fighting gun crime
A new technology called Shotspotter is being used in Manenberg in an attempt to curb gun violence.
[WATCH] #Fees2017: Violence erupts in Cape Town's CBD
Violence ensued amid #Fees2017 protests outside Parliament. A burning mock-coffin was tossed at police, a protester was hit with a brick, stun grenades were fired and several roads blocked in Cape Town's CBD.
[WATCH] Meet a modern-day explorer from SA
Mike Horn is undeniably one of the world's greatest modern day explorers and is now setting out to circumnavigate the world across the poles.
[WATCH] #PanayiotouTrial: Jayde's sister takes stand
Jayde Panayiotou's sister Toni Inggs testifies in the #PanayiotouTrial as one of the first witnesses called to the stand. She forms part of the State's case against Christopher Panayiotou and his two co-accused for the April 2015 murder.
[WATCH] Panayiotou murder co-accused plead not guilty
Christopher Panayiotou, Sinethemba Nenembe and Zolani Sibeko appeared in PE High Court for their first day of Jayde Panayiotou's murder trial.
[WATCH] RTD 2016: Foster The People & Hugh Masekela thrill the crowd
This year's Rocking the Daisies saw more than 20,000 people travel to the Cloof Wine Estate to watch international acts like Beardy Man, Knife Party and Foster The People.
[WATCH] Cosatu Cape Town march supports free education
Cosatu supporters marched to Parliament to hand over a memorandum of grievances regarding scrapping labour brokers, implementing a National Health Scheme, preventing e-tolls and establishing a competitive minimum wage.
[WATCH] UCT #Fees2017 protest: Week 3 kicks off with 6 arrests
UCT protesters blocked the entrance to Upper Campus, disrupted lectures and stood off against private security on their third week of protests on the UCT campus. The group are calling for free education across the country.
[WATCH] From grain silo to SA's first contemporary art museum
Take an inside look into the construction of South Africa's first contemporary art museum: The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa.
[WATCH] CT soccer derby is back: Ajax Cape Town vs CTC FC
Ajax Cape Town takes on the new kids on the block, Cape Town City FC in Cape Town. Meet the owners, coaches and fans behind the scenes of this new rivalry.
[WATCH] Murder accused Jason Rohde is going home
Murder accused Jason Rohde has been allowed to go home to Johannesburg to be with his daughters while he waits for his trial to start.
[WATCH] Stellenbosch train burns after collision with vehicle
A Metrorail train burns after a collision with a light commercial vehicle near Stellenbosch on Wednesday.
[WATCH] #Fees2017: Protesters shut down UCT
Protesters shut down the University of Cape Town by occupying buildings and interrupting lectures.
[WATCH] School hair policies under fire in Cape Town
Sans Souci scholars on Friday protested outside the school's gates after allegations emerged the school's hair and language policies are racist and exclusionary.
[WATCH] From Japan to Cape Town: How origami is fighting gangsterism in Delft
Origami for Africa founder Kyoko Kimura Morgan is teaching the ancient Japanese art of origami to Wesbank No.1 Primary learners to create a quiet space in a violent area and to bring Japanese meditation principles to learners.
[WATCH] Murder accused Jason Rohde granted bail
Property mogul Jason Rohde had to pay R100 000 in cash and put up R1 000 000 in immovable assets, acting as surety in case Rohde violates his bail.
[WATCH] #SpierMurder: Jason Rohde appears for bail hearing
Property mogul Jason Rohde appeared in the Stellenbosch Magistrates Court on Thursday to attend his bail hearing. Rohde stands accused of murdering his wife at the Spier Estate in Cape Town.
[WATCH] Gordhan explains why he refused Hawks request
Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan was requested to present himself to the Hawks to present a warning statement to them. Gordhan refused and released a statement to explain his actions.