Muthambi: Legal Aid could soon assist land claimants
Chairperson of Parliament’s justice portfolio committee Mathole Motshekga says he's concerned by the slow pace of resolving claims.
Activists vow to continue occupying former WC hospitals
The old Woodstock hospital has been occupied in a protest aimed at forcing authorities to introduce more social housing in the city centre.
ANC wants CT ratepayers exempted from tariff hikes
The ANC says it hopes Mayor Patricia de Lille will exempt ratepayers from tariff increases this year.
Helen Zille: Reclaim the City protest self-serving & dishonest
The Premier's office says the group is trying to take credit for affordable housing projects initiated by provincial government.
They want to put us in the bush – residents
Reclaim the City supporters staged a peaceful protest in response to a decision by provincial cabinet to continue with the sale of the former Tafelberg Remedial School site.
Police keep an eye on former nurses home in Waterfront following picket
The former nurses’ home across from Somerset Hospital is one of several sites provincial government plans to sell to private developers.
Suspended DA councillors cleared of disciplinary charges
The councillors were suspended for allegedly failing to adhere to a party decision.
Govt looking to extend demerit system to include learner drivers, foreigners
The demerit system forms part of amendments to the country’s traffic offences law which is currently being trialed in Johannesburg and Tshwane.
Taxi alliance: Aarto out of sync with reality
The alliance says it's unfair that operators could accumulate demerit points for the traffic infringements of drivers.
Aarto demerit system could include errant learner drivers
The Road Traffic Infringement Agency says the adjudication of road traffic offences law must apply to all those who get behind the wheel.
Parly committee says Aarto demerit system needs to be refined
Critics have taken issue with the proposed tribunal to arbitrate on traffic infringements, saying unlike the courts, it will presume guilt.
Aarto: Companies may be charged for driver infringements
Parliament's transport portfolio committee has Tuesday been reviewing submissions made on proposed amendments to the traffic offences law.
Car rental companies weigh in on Aarto debate
Rental companies say the proposed system does not target the actual traffic offender and will not make South African roads safer.
More public hearings set for traffic offences law
Committee chairperson Dikeledi Magadzi says two major issues, which require further input and debate, are the controversial demerit system and the proposal of a tribunal.
CT employers asked to introduce flexi working hours to reduce traffic
The City of Cape Town will be spending R750 million over the next five years to address infrastructure problems that contribute to congestion.
City of CT to spend over R300m on emergency water schemes
Consumption is still exceeding the target of 700 million litres per day by 50 million litres.
City approves state-owned company to run Cape Town Stadium
The new stadium management entity will be a state-owned company with the city holding 100% of the shares.
City of CT could tighten straps on water usage
The city says at current levels, there are just over 100 days of useable water left in its six dams.