Plettenberg Bay ready for annual Plett Rage
After their final exams every year, thousands of matriculants descend on the coastal holiday town of Plettenberg Bay for the Plett Rage.
Shoprite Checkers: WC drought, Avian Flu will not affect chicken, egg supply
The Western Cape's food industry has been hit hard this year with the ongoing drought and the outbreak of bird flu.
Prasa concerned by overcrowding of trains
This is not an unusual sight due to extreme levels of overcrowding on the rail service in the Cape.
CT police arrest 6 for possession of explosives
Officers on Wednesday found the men in Duma Nokhwe Street during a search operation focused on illegal firearms and drugs.
CT police make 2 abalone busts
In the first incident in Swellendam, officers nabbed a suspect for the possession and transportation of perlemoen worth more than R7 million.
CT police investigate after 3 shot dead in separate incidents
In the first shooting in Retreat on Tuesday, a man was killed and another wounded when gunmen opened fire on them.
4 rape suspects arrested in CT
The arrests come days before the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children campaign.
Parly committee proposes measures needed to deal with gender violence
The committee says there should be consequences for police members at all levels who respond inadequately to victims’ complaints.
Knysna hit by mudslides after heavy rain
Officials say climate change and the recent devastating fires that ripped through the region have exacerbated the potential risks of landslides.
Cape SPCA workers targeted in hijackings
An inspector at the Animal Welfare Society was shot during a hijacking in Philippi on Monday.
Calm in Walmer after residents protest closure of SAPS contact point
The point has been closed and policing resources removed for several months now because the building they'd been operating from was in a poor condition.
UNAIDS: 21 million HIV positive people receiving treatment in the world
UNAIDS launched a new report in Khayelitsha which shows access to treatment has risen significantly over the years.
UWC final exams off to smooth start
The institution is the last of the province's universities to get their final examinations underway.
WC law enforcement operations net 2,000 suspects
Police and other law enforcement bodies have intensified their crime blitzes as the festive season approaches.
Police investigate after charred body found in Delft
Officers made the discovery in Cheesewood Street on Sunday.
WC Health looking forward to deployment of SANDF in crime hotpots
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula earlier this week promised the army will be deployed to crime-riddled areas in various provinces.
CT authorities call for information on latest ambulance attack
Authorities are once again calling on communities to come forward with information about an attack on an ambulance.
#WorldPrematurityDay: CT mom hopes to have son home for Christmas
Kala Ndango’s son was born at just 27 weeks at Groote Schuur Hospital on 7 October.