MJC approaches police about kidnapping trend
The abduction of Liyaqat Parker has brought the total number of kidnappings within the Muslim community to four over the last two years.
UWC claims first place in mixed category at World Choir Games
The University of the Western Cape Creative Arts Choir is in high spirits after doing extremely well in the World Choir Games in Tshwane.
Nyanga Police Station has highest number of sexual offence cases
Recent police crime statistics show that three police stations in the Western Cape have some of the highest reported sexual violence and rape cases.
Kidnapped Parow businessman's family hopeful of safe return
Family spokesperson Waleed Brown says they have not received any information from the police about the investigation and reiterated that reports on the ransom that have emerged this week are unconfirmed and untrue.
Activist groups call for govt support to tackle gender violence
According to the Saps crime statistics, which is from April 2016 to March 2017, three police stations in the Western Cape are high on the list for highest reported sexual violence and rape cases.
Capetonians take stand against abuse at #100MenMarch
Participants were singing and holding placards which read: 'Children and women’s bodies are not your crime scene' and 'Hands off our children'.
Day Zero campaigns cost City of CT more than R1m
Last month, the municipality announced that this day would not happen before 2020.
No ransom demand for Liyaqat Parker, says family
Family spokesperson Waleed Brown says that no demand for a ransom has been made.
Mitchells Plain land invaders to appear in court next week
Councillor Joan Woodman says that protests broke out after law enforcement officials removed structures that were erected in Woodlands.
City of CT: Over R1m spent on day zero awareness campaigns
The city says while day zero is unlikely to occur before 2020, water restrictions remain in place. And campaigns around water conservation will be ongoing.
Golden Arrow to fork out R2.4m to replace bus torched during protest
Earlier this week, residents took to the streets, demanding housing in Woodlands.
WC hopes to expand smoke detector pilot project to rest of SA
The province's Environmental Affairs Department partnered with Stellenbosch University to install dozens of smoke detectors in the Wallacedene informal settlement and authorities are claiming great results.
Still no breakthrough in kidnapping of CT businessman
His case is the fourth abduction of a businessman in the past two years, leading authorities to question whether a syndicate might be targeting wealthy business owners.
3 killed in shootings in Cape Town
A 31-year-old man and a 34-year-old woman were found dead in the street in Tafelsig on Monday.
Family of kidnapped CT businessman appeals for his safe release
The 65-year-old Liyaqat Parker was approached by five unknown men at his business premises in Stairway close to the Greens on Monday.
200 smoke alarms installed at Wallacedene informal settlement
The Western Cape Environmental Affairs Department says the project is aimed at combating fire-related deaths in informal settlements across the Western Cape.
City of CT looks into adjusting water restrictions
The City of Cape Town says dam levels have improved significantly by 5 percentage points over the last week when it stood at 48.3%.
Steenberg CPF appeals for information on several shootings
The forum says five people have been shot and wounded in just four days in Lavender Hill and Retreat.