Ilze-Marie Le Roux
Stellenbosch University ‘appalled by senseless’ murder of student
The body of 21-year-old Hannah Cornelius was discovered early on Saturday morning between Stellenbosch and Kraaifontein.
Fire destroys historic structure at Lanzerac Estate
A French cupboard valued at R600,000 was allegedly among the valuable and irreplaceable items that also went up in flames.
Body of hijacked Stellenbosch University student found
The body of a Stellenbosch University student has been found after she was hijacked and apparently abducted.
[WATCH] Running on empty: Minister Mokonyane visits Theewaterskloof Dam
Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane visited the Theewaterskloof Dam in Cape Town, which is just 14% full.
Mokonyane says water crisis should not be politicised
The Western Cape's average dam level stands at just over 20% as the province battles the worst drought since 1904.
City of CT, interfaith leaders pray for rain
Nine interfaith leaders attended the service and each was granted the opportunity to pray for rain.
‘Western Cape disaster declaration should've been done sooner’
The province’s average dam level is at its lowest in decades in what’s been described as the worst drought since 1904.
Mokonyane: Time for long-term approach to WC’s water woes
Last week the provincial government declared the Western Cape a disaster area.
Cape business community urged to save water
The Western Cape Government has declared the province a disaster area, as the entire region suffers the worst drought in decades.
Economists warn that inflation drop unlikely to continue
This is the first time in eight months the rate is back within the South African Reserve Bank’s target range of between 3 and 6%.
Cape Chamber of Commerce calls for reduced water use
The chamber asked all businesses to clamp down on their water use after the Western Cape government's decision to declare the province a disaster area.
Food price increases at lowest levels in 18 months
The Agricultural Business Chamber says the better-than-expected CPI figure is underpinned by lower food inflation.
Zille probes corruption claims against Bonginkosi Madikizela
The Human Settlements MEC has been accused of impropriety after it came to light his surprise birthday party was paid for by unnamed building contractors.
No arrests after girl (3) murdered in East London
Jade Veldman was last seen playing with her friends in front of her home in East London on Friday afternoon.
Land Reform Dept prefers claimants take land, not cash - Skwatsha
Land Reform Minister Mcebisi Skwatsha says in this phase, 122 families have received more than R13 million for their claims in George.
Murder of EC girl (3) third of its kind in community
Jade Velden's naked body was discovered after she went missing while playing with friends in front of her family home.
Northlink College students march concludes peacefully
The group has handed over a memorandum listing their grievances to the institution's management.
Firefighters attend to vegetation fire in Observatory
No properties are currently in danger and the cause of the blaze is not yet known.