[WATCH] Gugulethu housing meeting disrupted
Human Settlements Minister Nomaindiya Mfeketo held a meeting in Gugulethu to discuss housing and land issues. But a group of backyard dwellers wanted her to address their eviction concerns.
Ipid investigating Malmesbury cell death
Police officers apparently found her hanging in the cell, with a t-shirt wrapped around her neck, on Monday - the same day she'd been arrested.
Ipid investigates death of CT woman in police custody
Ipid says the woman was arrested for drunk driving on 18 June and taken to the Malmesbury Police Station.
Fort Hare SRC concerned about effect of strike on students
Mid-year exams at the institution, as well as at Walter Sisulu University, have been postponed due to an on-going strike by employees.
8 facing public violence charges after George protest
Disgruntled residents from Thembalethu township took to the streets earlier this week, demanding better service delivery in some of the informal settlements in the area.
Strike action by workers at EC universities delay exams
Authorities on both Walter Sisulu University and the University of Fort Hare have postponed exams indefinitely leaving students at a loose end.
Housing protest prompts road closure in Steenberg
City of Cape Town law enforcement officials are on scene monitoring the demonstration.
Warm welcome for US gay choir at George’s first gay pride parade
George Mayor Melvin Naik said he cannot approve of the choir’s performance during an interview with a Christian radio station last week.
Service delivery must go on, says under pressure Knysna mayor
The Democratic Alliance (DA) wants him out after he backed a motion of no confidence against his predecessor.
Knysna, George mayors await details of charges ahead of DA disciplinary action
Two mayors in the Southern Cape will find out this week what charges they face in separate disciplinary matters.
Embattled Knysna mayor Mark Willemse awaits DA charge sheet
Willemse is waiting on the Democratic Alliance (DA)'s charge sheet against him but for now, he says he's not resigning.
George Mayor Naik to face disciplinary action over anti-gay comments
Melvin Naik said he can't approve of a performance by the Boston Gay Men's Chorus at the first George Pride Parade on Tuesday because of his belief.
Gaming disorder could soon be treated in public health sector
WHO will be notifying governments that they'll be expected to add gaming disorder to their public health systems.
Malmesbury mosque attack motive yet to be determined
Two worshippers were stabbed to death and two others were wounded last Thursday.
Woman critical after hit by train in Woodstock
Officials say she was hit while near the platform at Woodstock Train Station on Saturday.
Women On Farms: London school award to boost community reach
The organisation was awarded the Action for Equity Award for its work.
Ramaphosa confident Moseneke’s leadership will benefit Lesotho
Dikgang Moseneke is now the leader of the mediation team of Southern African Development Community (Sadc) facilitation in the kingdom of Lesotho.
Mosques urged to up security after deadly Malmesbury attack
Two worshippers were fatally stabbed and another two wounded at a mosque in Malmesbury on Thursday morning.