'Almost 60% of Capetonians ignoring water limits'
On Friday council will consider whether it should scrap a proposed drought levy.
Cape Town to implement level 6B water restrictions
The City of Cape Town will be implementing level 6B water restrictions from 1 February - this means daily consumption per person, per household has been cut to 50 litres.
Equal Education urges govt to intensify efforts to make schools safer
On Wednesday, the NGO and a group of community members in Nyanga launched a Walking Bus initiative.
Thousands of pupils yet to be placed in Gauteng, WC schools
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has called on parents and communities to refrain from disrupting schooling.
CT water supply could shut down in less than 100 days, says de Lille
Mayor Patricia de Lille has again urged Capetonians to save water in order to avoid day zero, now forecast for 21 April.
Over 11,000 pupils still need placement in Western Cape schools
The Western Cape Education Department says it is working with district offices to ensure all pupils are placed.
CT duo face 140 fraud charges
The duo is accused of issuing false work documents to an inmate who was out on parole.
Experts call for govt intervention to prevent bird flu outbreak in WC
Western Cape Economic Opportunities MEC Alan Winde has confirmed that no new bird flu cases have been reported since the outbreak in October.
Man (20) reported missing at KZN’s Shelly Beach
The National Sea Rescue Institute is (NSRI) currently searching for the man who was swept out to sea.
Beachgoers urged to prioritise safety
The National Sea Rescue Institute’s Craig Lambinon has urged the public to be safe when they visit the beach.
Call for Prasa to fix CT’s suspended Central line
Metrorail’s busiest line has been suspended for three consecutive days after a security guard was shot dead at the Chris Hani station in Khayelitsha.
Cape Town's day zero could be moved forward again
The current day zero - which is the day the taps will run dry - is 22 April.
De Lille tours CT drilling site amid water crisis
Pressure is ramping up for city bosses to find alternative water resources amid the worst drought to grip the Western Cape in a century.
Western Cape sees 11.5% rise in international tourists in December
According to Airports Company South Africa, more than 127,000 international arrivals at Cape Town International Airport were recorded last month.
EFF claims dept promise that poor students can register for free
Registration for tertiary institutions start next week but there's still been no official word from the Department of Higher Education on its plans for the new academic year.
CT’s anti-poaching team making headway
Eyewitness News was invited to ride along with the unit as it patrolled some of the 300km of coastline it's responsible for.
No new bird flu cases reported in WC
An outbreak of the disease gutted the province's poultry industry. However, tests have confirmed the presence of the H5N8 virus in swift terns in some regions.
CPUT not accepting walk-in registrations
Stellenbosch University, UCT, UWC and CPUT have encouraged matriculants who haven't applied for tertiary education to do so via the central application system.