Delft teens shot – boy (16) dies, girl (13) injured
Nine people have been shot dead in the area over the past 15 days.
St George’s Cathedral congregation reeling after member found dead in her home
The church’s Dean Michael Weeder said investigating officers do not believe Ellies was physically harmed but they are awaiting confirmation from the autopsy.
UDM: Mongameli Bobani was ousted because he refused favours
Mongameli Bobani was removed through a motion of no confidence on Thursday.
Hawks make breakthrough arrest after attack on NC police station
An armed robbery occurred in October at the Windsorton police station.
Former EC council speaker convicted for over 200 counts of fraud
Maletswayi Local Municipality Speaker Kholekile Lange pleaded guilty in the Aliwal North Regional Court on Tuesday and was handed a five-year sentence, suspended for five years.
WC govt has no obligation to deliver inner-city social housing, court hears
Housing activists challenged the provincial government’s decision to sell the Tafelberg property to a private buyer.
SAPS set to reclassify abalone poaching as serious priority crime
Over the past year, more than 400 suspects were arrested for the crime and police confiscated abalone worth at least R130 million in the Western Cape.
Activist group wants R135m CT property sold by govt to be used for housing
The provincial government sold the Sea Point property to the Phyllis Jowell Jewish Day School for R135 million about four years ago.
CT Mayor Plato announces task teams to address violence against women, children
The mayor hopes this year’s 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence campaign will be a call to action to address the scourge of violence against women and children.
It’s not all blue skies for SAA as Scopa now wants it to account
While SAA makes plans to recover from a bruising wage strike, Scopa has slammed it for what it calls a total disregard of parliamentary process.
Suspects in multi-million rand toilet fraud case get to spend Christmas at home
The suspects appeared in the East London Magistrates Court on Friday on charges of corruption, fraud and money laundering.
10 due in court for R600m toilet tender fraud
Hawks spokesperson Katlego Mogale said a complaint from the national Treasury kickstarted the operation.
Tik valued at over R1m seized in Century City drug bust
Officers seized tik valued at more than R1 million and arrested one person in an operation on Friday.
Cape teen due in court for rape of 8-year-old girl
The local community policing forum's Philip Bam said the girl’s mother apparently found the youth assaulting her daughter.
Foreign nationals plot next move after removals in Pretoria, Cape Town
The foreign nationals and refugees want to be relocated to other countries, saying they were not safe in South Africa due to xenophobic attacks.
Sand mine would devastate Philippi Horticulture Area, say campaigners
The Philippi Horticulture Area Campaign said that the approval of a water use license to a glass company would be devastating to the area.
CoCT plans to undertake feasibility analysis ahead of drafting housing policy
The city announced it would develop an inclusionary housing policy last year.
3 minors arrested for allegedly robbing hikers at Table Mountain
The trio, aged 15, 16 and 17-years-old face charges of aggravated robbery and will appear in court soon.