ANC: WC doesn't need law permitting alcohol sales at school
A controversial change to the Education Amendment Bill could allow the sale of alcohol on school premises under certain conditions.
Political fires keep DA busy in Western Cape
EWN takes a look into the various mayors across the Western Cape who have come under the chopping block, resigned and been ousted through no-confidence motions.
Police seek public’s help after murder of man in Belhar
Police have confirmed a 42-year-old man was gunned down on Wednesday afternoon on Chestnut Road in Belhar.
Cape DA leadership seeks clarity after Knysna mayor's ousting
Provincial Democratic Alliance leadership is in Knysna on Friday afternoon trying to get to the bottom of what Western Cape leader Bonginkosi Madikizela has called a coup.
Gauteng police mum on possible link between MEC, Tshwane mayor's hijackings
Officers are searching for at least three men who made off with Gauteng Sports MEC Faith Mazibuko's state vehicle on Sunday.
No profits from N2 Express initiative with City of CT, say taxi bosses
Taxi bosses have threatened to halt operations from Wednesday because of an outstanding dispute with the City of Cape Town.
Cops hunt suspects after Gauteng MEC Faith Mazibuko’s car hijacked
Mazibuko's security detail was waiting by her car in the Johannesburg CBD to escort her to a meeting when armed men hijacked the vehicle.
Zille: Economic freedom needed but it must be for all
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille says that she agrees with the EFF that economic freedom is needed but she says it must be for everybody under a capable state.
'Stop hiding criminals'
Lavender Hill residents say they can't expect police to deal decisively with gangsterism if people continue to hide criminals in their homes.
Dan Plato: Interpersonal violence on the rise
Plato says he has noted the violent nature of many communities, adding lawlessness is often linked to this, making reference to the number of land protests in the province and the destruction of property.
SAHRC welcomes sentence handed to homophobic CT reverend
The Equality Court in Cape Town sentenced Reverend Oscar Bougardt on Friday for contempt of court after he ignored an order prohibiting him from making homophobic statements.
Guest author attacked at Franschhoek Literary Festival
The director of the festival Shelagh Foster says the author was attacked, robbed and wounded on Thursday night.
Tom Moyane reportedly planning to take President Ramaphosa to court
On Friday the Presidency issued a statement saying it has served Moyane with disciplinary charges relating to allegations of misconduct in violation to his duties and responsibilities.
Hundreds gather in CT, JHB to raise awareness on marijuana legalisation
Social movement Bongolong in Johannesburg teamed up with counterparts in Cape Town.
Police thwart business robbery in Cape Town
The police’s Noloyiso Rwexana says one of the four suspects was armed and allegedly ordered the staff to hand over the phones in the store.
EC police warn of disruptions in Mthatha
The police’s Khaya Tonjeni says it appears the disruptions are taxi-related and police are monitoring the situation he describes as tense.
Malema: White people in SA must share the land
EFF leader Julius Malema urged supporters to occupy land saying it is rightfully theirs.
Malema accuses #WinnieMandela’s critics of double standards
Julius Malema paid tribute to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, saying she did what many men in the struggle did in fighting the apartheid system yet they aren’t criticised.