Eduard De Kock
Caught in a lie – Man faces perjury charge after claiming cops stole over R500k
The 39-year-old opened a case of armed robbery at cape town central police station this week, claiming officers had robbed him of more than R560,000 and three cellphones.
DA: Govt's R7bn outstanding debt hampering economic growth, stability
The DA said national and provincial government was sitting on invoices worth more than R7 billion all of which were older than 30 days.
NSRI warns public of spring tide after man swept out to sea
Rescue crews and emergency vehicles were called out after a 29-year-old man was swept out to sea.
NPO wants whites-only settlement in Eastern Cape
It's understood 'Die Eden Projek' became a recognised non-profit organisation in July.
Ramaphosa establishes national minimum wage panel
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has established a panel to help define a national minimum wage.
Judgement to be handed down in Anovuyo Ndamase's murder case
Five-year-old Anovuyo Ndamase's body was discovered just metres away from her Khayelitsha home.
21 motorist nabbed for drunk driving in WC
Nearly 2,000 vehicles were screened during the provincial traffic department’s weekend road safety campaign.
SJC: Unsurprising CT townships reflect high crime stats
The 2016 crime stats show seven of the WC precincts on the worst ten list for murders.
Ahmed Kathrada ‘still a moral compass for South Africans’ as he turns 87
Kathrada is one of the Rivonia trialists who were sentenced to life imprisonment by the apartheid government.
EC govt to host Stofile’s memorial service tomorrow
The former Premier Reverend Makhenkesi Stofile passed away last Monday at the age of 71.
Semenya urges fans to not miss out on Olympics final
Caster Semenya will run alongside seven other female athletes at 2:15am (SA time) in the 800m finals.
Oudtshoorn sees a ‘successful’ Klein Karoo Klassique festival
The programme included the Grammy and Sama winning flautist Wouter Kellerman, guitarist James Grace.
More journalists fired from ANN7, Sanef may start legal fees fund
The editors’ forum is exploring the possibility of a fund to cover journalists' legal fees.
Logistical nightmare for Clanwilliam voters
One resident says her voting station was brought to a standstill when it ran out of ballot papers.
20 arrested for drunk driving in WC over weekend
One of the drunk drivers had also been involved in a collision that left one person dead.
Political parties work to win over voters
Parties have been hitting the campaign trail in every province in an attempt to win over voters.
One dead in CT following crash on N1
Authorities have arrested a motorist after learning he was drunk during the crash that killed one person.
CT officials pleased after water level increases
The Water & Sanitation Dept says it's encouraged by a change in Capetonians' culture of water usage.