Nzimande to give report on developments at Prasa
Over the past few months, MPs regularly questioned when a permanent board will be instated at Prasa but the minister has not yet indicated when he will address this.
George municipality meets Thembalethu residents after protests
Protesters had marched to the municipal offices earlier this week to hand over a memorandum of grievances.
Prasa confirms Tintswalo Makhubele’s resignation
Prasa has confirmed the resignation, saying Makhubele has overseen the interim board during "turbulent times."
Prasa interim board chair Makhubele resigns
Makhubele was appointed as a High Court judge by former President Jacob Zuma last year effective from 1 January.
UPSF: Up to residents to keep communities crime free
On Saturday, various safety and community groups will come together for the launch of the United Public Safety Front.
Reverend sceptical over Anglican Church’s handling of sex abuse cases
Anglican Archbishop Thabo Makgoba says he has begun 'urgent consultations' to strengthen procedures for dealing with sexual abuse cases in the church.
Makgoba: Anglican Church must do more to help sex abuse victims
Anglican Archbishop Thabo Makgoba made an announcement on Thursday, promising to improve the way the church handles these types of cases.
Archbishop Makgoba vows to tackle Anglican church sexual abuse cases
Archbishop Thabo Makgoba has admitted the church has been “lagging behind” in its care for victims of abuse.
Cape Town community crime fighters unite in new initiative
A new coordinated effort, called the United Public Safety Front, will be launched this weekend.
Farm murder suspects to appear in court
Police caught the suspects on Monday, with the murder weapon, a stolen firearm and various household items.
Distraught CT mother desperate to find missing mentally ill daughter
The 21-year old left the house without telling anyone where she’s going on 5 March.
2 suspects arrested for murder of Tulbagh farm manager
The 59-year old man was been stabbed to death during a robbery at his house on the Wolwefontein farm last week. He was alone in the home.
Sexual misconduct probe against Fairmount teacher to take 3 months
The investigation was launched nearly three weeks ago when pictures surfaced of the man and several girls, reportedly learners, in intimate poses.
Sexual misconduct probe at CT school continues
The staff member at Fairmount Secondary School was suspended nearly two weeks ago following a preliminary investigation.
Thembalethu residents protest over service delivery issues
The protesters have taken to the streets to voice their frustrations over various issues, including a lack of housing and electricity and poor sanitation services.
City of CT to decide on proposed Water By-Law Amendment
The City has received about 38,000 comments during the public participation process which closed on 31 January.
Two people arrested after protest in Somerset West
Earlier on Friday, protesters pelted stones at passing vehicles on the N2 near Victoria Road.
CT residents say proposed water by-law amendment ‘draconian’
The Concerned Residents Action Group, through its lawyers, is among those who've submitted comments on the City of Cape Town's proposed water by-law amendment.