Consumer Commission probes passing off hake as haddock fish claims
The commission’s Trevor Hattingh says they will be making an assessment of the entire industry to determine how widespread the problem is.
‘Current bird flu in WC a lot worse than we think’
The World of Birds in Hout Bay also confirmed that just under 200 of its birds had to be culled as a result.
‘Time for City of CT to share details of water crisis plans with residents’
Water expert Kevin Winter says it’s important for water saving measures to be implemented now during Phase 1 of the city’s three-stage plan.
City of CT must reduce water consumption to 500 million litres
Mayor Patricia de Lille on Wednesday announced a three-phase plan to manage dams levels which sit at an average of 37%.
Australian paedophile in CT considers appealing extradition ruling
The Wynberg Magistrates Court on Thursday ruled Anthony Freedendal is eligible for extradition.
SA court rules convicted paedophile eligible for extradition to Australia
Anthony Freedendal is wanted in Australia in connection with several cases involving the sexual assault of children.
CT ANC says de Lille home upgrades paid for by council
The ANC's Xolani Sotashe told the media he has invoices which show that the city paid R104,000 of the more than R700,000 upgrades to de Lille's private residence.
ANC: DA has history of using people, De Lille casualty of own making
The DA placed Patricia De Lille and JP Smith on special leave, meaning neither of them will be able to attend party caucus meetings or interact with caucus members.
DA hearing on De Lille & Smith to start today
Patricia De Lille and her head of safety and security JP Smith have been placed on 'special leave' by the DA.
10 people killed in two separate shootings in Philippi
Crime scene experts are trying to piece together what happened in two separate incidents in the Marikana informal settlement.
Defence for murder accused Chris Panayiotou to call alleged mistress as witness
Panayiotou is currently on trial along with his co-accused Sinethemba Nenembe and Zolani Sibeko in the Port Elizabeth High Court.
City of CT to open limited number of municipal pools
With level 5 water restrictions currently in place, the municipality has decided to only open 12 of the 35 municipal swimming pools during the peak summer season.
AfriForum considers legal action against BLF
The lobby group says BLF members have incited violence and made racist remarks on various occasions this year.
State plans to re-open its case against murder accused Panayiotou
The PE businessman allegedly orchestrated a hit on his wife Jayde Panayiotou's life in April 2015.
Gangsters threaten family of rape victim (6)
Bonteheuwel ward councillor Angus Mckenzie says they won't allow the victim’s family to be intimidated.
Woman caught with drugs at CT airport due in court
The woman was arrested at Cape Town International Airport on Wednesday after disembarking a flight from Angola.
CT helicopter crash under investigation
The aircraft went down on Thursday in a field, killing the pilot.
BLSA says it doesn’t want to be associated with corrupt entities
BLSA has suspended the membership of both Eskom and Transnet as a result of ongoing allegations of corruption against the state enterprises.