Panayiotou case: ‘Hit money’ to be tested for DNA evidence
Christopher Panayiotou is accused of hiring two men to murder his wife for the sum of R70,000.
Chris Panayiotou had 'expertly wiped data off phones'
State prosecutor Marius Stander told the court he estimated the trial would only commence in mid-2016.
‘Mobile app playing a vital role in medicine’
Two Cape Town doctors designed an app to help nurses and EMS staff assess patients.
CT looking into homeless reintegration ahead of winter
The city has almost tripled its budget to assist the homeless in the city ahead of winter.
'R150k for drone licence fees is horrendous'
New regulations by the CAA of remotely piloted aircrafts will come into effect in July.
Stoogle: An information gateway to life after matric
Stoogle is an online platform for individuals looking for information about universities or youth education.
Drakenstein Prison launches entrepreneurship program for offenders
Candidates will undergo intensive business & entrepreneurship training over a six month period.
Former spy boss tells all in new book
Niel Barnard was instructed to have talks with Nelson Mandela about the possibility of a democracy.
Cape Town rolls out MyCiTi improvement plan
On Monday, the city revealed an updated business plan for the MyCiTi Bus Services.
Cape man bitten by shark in Port St. Johns
A 29-year-old tour operator was mauled by great white shark while he was testing new diving equipment.
'Schools may not charge admission fees'
WC education officials reiterate it’s illegal for schools to charge parents admission fees.
Tourism SA slams travel warnings
Earlier this week countries submitted travel warnings on SA amidst the xenophobic violence.
Education Dept expands competency tests to include HODs
The CBAs were initially introduced to the region last year for appointments of school principals.
Human skull unearthed in Noordhoek
A pre-colonial skull believed to be over 350 years old was found during a beach clean-up at the weekend.
Zulu king faces more criticism over controversial comments
A Wits researcher says leaders must be weary of their words because they are taken as a directive.
Big Brother Mzansi’s ‘Adams’ expelled for misconduct
Axola Mbengo who is also known as ‘Bexx’, was also removed from the house for "her own well-being."
The lowdown on the statue takedown
EWN looks at the statues that have made headlines in recent weeks.
[PICTURES] Killer whales spotted in False Bay
Two pods of killer whales were spotted in False Bay by a film crew & two scientists.