Jhb’s Carlton Centre could lose ‘Africa’s tallest building’ title
This is if all goes according to schedule in the construction of "The Pinnacle" twin glass-facade towers that will rise above Nairobi.
Mkhwebane aims to initiate contempt proceedings against Zille, De Lille
Busisiwe Mkhwebane says the Western Cape premier and Cape Town mayor’s failure to attend an inspection in Masiphumelele is in contempt of her office.
'Those opposing Bankorp bailout report are within their rights to challenge it'
The report states the South African government and the Reserve Bank failed to protect the public interest by bailing out Bankorp between 1985 and 1991.
Mkhwebane visits Masiphumelele to address poor living conditions
Mkhwebane had subpoenaed Mayor Patricia de Lille and Premier Helen Zille to attend the Masiphumelele inspection but they apparently could not make it.
Van Breda witnesses reluctant to have testimonies broadcast live
Earlier this year, Western Cape High Court Judge Siraj Desai granted Media24 permission to livestream the trial.
Masutha welcomes balance struck regarding Van Breda murder trial broadcast
Masutha says the appeals court sought to balance the accused's right to a fair trial with media freedom.
Lavender Hill community 'living in fear' amid gang violence
Two weeks ago, dozens of residents, mostly children, marched through the streets calling for an end to the crime in the community.
Elderly, disabled to benefit from CT housing project
The Forest Village Housing Project was launched on Wednesday.
Malema: When EFF takes over, state will own all land
EFF leader Julius Malema told property owners that they were beneficiaries of the post-apartheid order where those without property were further oppressed.
Parents protest for feeding scheme at WC school
Some parents have been demanding funding from government for a feeding scheme for learners at the Lingomso Primary School.
Malema urges property owners: Invest in EFF, only party fighting corruption
Malema did not shy away from targeting his audience during an address at a South African Property Owners Association event in Cape Town on Wednesday.
WC launches new WC housing project worth R1.2bn
The mixed-use development, earmarked by the Western Cape Human Settlements department, will benefit hundreds of families.
Malema: No ignoring landlessness of black people
EFF leader Julius Malema has called on banks to give preference to black people who want to buy property.
Van Breda: Crime scene investigator to be cross-examined
Henri Van Breda is accused of killing his parents and older brother while seriously injuring his younger sister two years ago.
Courtney Pieters’s murder brings Elsies River community together to tackle crime
The Elsies River police station was packed on Saturday with many parents who completed a certificate that contains vital information such as their children’s fingerprints.
Suspect arrested in Unathi Booi murder probe
A 42-year-old man has been arrested after Booi’s body was found in an alley by community members earlier this week.
Elsies River police and community host Missing Persons Day
A steady stream of parents have brought their children here to the Elsies River police station where the Missing Persons Day activities are underway.
Maties vice-Chancellor calls on students to be vigilant on campus
In a statement, Wim De Villiers has called on everyone at Stellenbosch University to work together to create a safer campus.