Cheers! Over 200 beers on taste at this year’s Cape Town Festival of Beer
The event is the country’s largest annual gathering of beer enthusiasts and connoisseurs.
CHANEL SEPTEMBER: Becoming a plant-based human
What started out as a 21-day fast, cleanse and ultimate body reset quickly turned into a new-found lifestyle for Chanel September.
Teen accused of stabbing another to death at Upington school
The learner stabbing occurred on the grounds of a school in the Rosedale community on Wednesday morning.
Some roads reopened after taxi blockade in CT CBD
The City of Cape Town said that minibus taxis blocking the N2 highway were removed by tow trucks at Raapenberg Road.
2 people found dead in Nyanga home fire
Fire and rescue officials say the pair died in their house in the early hours of Sunday morning when the blaze ignited.
2 WC fishermen drown near Rooi Els
The sons of one of the missing men initiated a search but only the missing men's fishing gear and personal items were found on rocks where they had been fishing.
Bredasdorp: We won't forget Anene
EWN revisits Bredasdorp, a community which was rocked by the brutal rape & murder of Anene Booysen 3 years ago to see how they've moved on.
Blade labels Zille a hypocrite over 'Cape Times' saga
Western Cape govt members told instructions not to renew their subscriptions of the newspapers.
'Marli van Breda is smiling again'
The 16-year-old survivor of a family axe attack has been discharged from hospital.
Regular patrols put Manenberg pupils at ease
Police & law enforcement authorities have been in the gang-stricken area since schools re-opened.
New school year begins in WC
Around a million learners in the Western Cape are in the classroom today.
Major drugs busts in WC
Metro Police have arrested both local and international drug smugglers on WC highways.
Matric results: Happiness & disappointment, a tale of two provinces
Education MEC Debbie Schafer admits a drop in the overall numbers is discouraging.
Special team to probe Kraaifontein murders
A passer-by alerted police after discovering the six bodies just off Lucullus Street on Wednesday.
Load shedding: Rain adds to strained power grid
Weather forecaster Bransby Bulo says the wet weather is expected to hit Johannesburg later today.
Zuma 'disagrees' with Madonsela's powers
The president has told Madonsela he cannot and should not give blanket acceptance to her reports.
WC residents take on train station criminals
Some Gugulethu residents have begun foot patrols to combat crime along railway lines in the area.
Expert: Nomzamo's eviction order erroneous
A constitutional law expert says there are glaring errors with the court interdict obtained by Sanral.