Wesgro meets investors, identifies new sectors for growth
The national growth rate has slowed as the South Africa's in a technical recession, but the Western Cape's economy is outperforming the country's.
Metrorail's woes under scrutiny in WC legislature
Commuters have complained about constant delays and the matter has now been discussed in the provincial legislature.
Mossel Bay authorities trying to quell tensions over housing
Public order police had to be called in on Thursday to disperse a crowd protesting at a new housing development in Mossel Bay's Sonskynvallei.
MEC eases fears about WC drinking water
Environmental Affairs MEC Anton Bredell reiterated that the quality is closely monitored through stringent testing.
Ipid investigates after officer kills teen in EC
The 17-year-old, who was a pupil at Dale College in King William's Town, was killed during a school event last month.
Makwetu concerned about financial health of 5 municipalities in WC
The five municipalities in the Central Karoo district and some in the Eden district’s inland are struggling to collect debt from consumers.
WC MEC under fire over surprise birthday party corruption claims
Premier Zille launched an investigation after claims Human Settlements MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela's surprise birthday party was paid for by building contractors.
AG concerned by water management in Western Cape
The auditor general says that the lack of policies and plans could impact on the reliability and sustainability of water services.
EC VIP protection unit cop probed for death of boy (17)
The policeman claims he opened fire on the 17-year-old in self-defence after he allegedly tried to rob him.
WC govt seeks to improve on municipal audit results
About 80% of the Western Cape’s municipalities received clean audits in the 2015/16 financial year.
SA’s murder capital to get new police stations
The Browns Farm area in Philippi, which contributes about 60% of the crime in the Nyanga precinct, as well as Samora Machel have been earmarked for new stations.
WC Agriculture to ‘protect, preserve’ Philippi horticultural area
Proposed developments on some parts of the land occupied by the Philippi Horticultural Area have been at the centre of disputes between activists and the City of Cape Town.
Muizenberg Police Station upgrade plans put on hold following uproar
Samuel Thobakgale says the decision was taken after they had to get clarification on whether to proceed following concerns raised by the public.
City of CT owed R100m for rates, services
The outstanding amount was around R362 million last week, but after the city sent out SMS notifications, R162 million was collected from account holders.
Alleged NC rapist to finally appear in court after hiding for 6 years
He had evaded authorities until last week when crime intelligence officers tracked him down in Kimberley.
2 due in court following major abalone bust
Officers in the Central Karoo town pulled over a suspicious vehicle on Sunday and searched it.
Fears of revenge killings after three killed in Bishop Lavis
Three people were gunned down in a drive-by shooting in Nooitgedacht over the weekend.
Analyst: DA will struggle to shake off effects of Zille colonialism tweet
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille issued an apology for tweeting in March that not all aspects of the legacy of colonialism were negative.