Embattled George mayor appears before DA legal commission
During an interview with a Christian radio station, Melvin Naik said that he cannot approve of the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus' performance during the inaugural event.
If found guilty, I’ll pay my own legal fees – De Lille
The Cape Town mayor has clarified she’s not asking the city for legal assistance in her court battle against the Democratic Alliance.
CT Science Centre launches winter holiday programme for young minds
Under the theme: ‘Let’s Have A Ball’, the edutainment event which starts on 22 June will include a first Explorers Zone.
Capetonians exploring clever ways to harvest & utilise rainwater
Many household owners say they now harvest rainwater for various purposes in and around the house.
CT residents, businesses vow to stick to new water saving habits
Officials have, however, urged residents to continue saving water so that dam reserves can build up ahead of summer.
'I'm a loyal DA member,' says new Knysna Mayor Mark Willemse
Despite DA seniors pushing for Mark Willemse to step down from his newly elected position, he is clinging to his mayoral chain.
DA will take 'decisive action' against Mark Willemse's 'defiance'
The party’s Western Cape leader Bonginkosi Madikizela says Knysna Mayor Mark Willemse’s appointment is unacceptable.
6 Langeberg Municipality officials dismissed over misconduct
Of the six officials who were sacked, three were in senior positions.
DA's Stellenbosch council Speaker faces vote of no confidence
Officials this past weekend considered Donovan Joubert's reasons why he should not resign.
Knysna Mayor Mark Willemse resigns as Eden district council Speaker
Willemse consulted his lawyers on Monday before tendering his resignation.
I will resign as speaker today - Knysna Mayor Mark Willemse
Mark Willemse has been holding two positions since Eleanore Bouw-Spies was removed as mayor in a motion of no confidence vote last week.
Community health workers play critical role in disease control - study
The research hinge on peer-reviewed articles published from 2000 to 2017 on the use of community health workers providing disease self-management guidance to patients.
Hawks probing fraud, corruption & maladministration at Langeberg Municipality
It’s alleged officials tried to cover up corrupt activity by removing potentially incriminating documents from municipal offices and taking them to private residences.
Knysna bouncing back after fires, say residents
Seven people died and hundreds of homes destroyed as the blaze ripped through the area.
DA officials want explanation for Knysna mayor's ousting
DA officials will visit the Southern Cape town on Friday after mayor Eleanore Bouw-Spies had to stepped down after losing a no confidence motion this week.
Court slaps man with 15-year sentence for cable theft
He was also handed another five years for malicious damage to property.
Preserving lives was main focus during Knysna fires, says former fire chief
Around 10,000 people were evacuated from their homes, more than 1,000 structures were destroyed, and seven people were killed.
One year later: Knysna community still recovering from wildfires
The blaze crippled the Garden Route town, killed seven people and destroyed more than 1,000 homes.