City of Cape Town to invest R10mil in developing informal trading
Mayco Member for Urban Management, Grant Twigg, said the directorate plans to focus on four to six areas where support is needed.
Western Cape Education to beef up security at high risk schools
The department's Safe Schools directorate has arranged increased security at some of the schools they have identified as high risk.
Petrol price drop of 90c per litre expected in July - AA
The association said it expects petrol to decrease by 90c per litre, while diesel and illuminating paraffin could go down by 70c and 62c respectively.
Truck driver petrol bombed on N1 succumbs to injuries
Bernard Groenewald had pulled over along the N1 near Touws River in the Western Cape in the early hours of 2 June when a petrol bomb was thrown into his vehicle.
Search for 2 missing Cape fishermen enters day 6
The pair launched their boat on Tuesday to help three other fishermen who were stranded after their boat suffered motor mechanical failure.
Spotlight on youth violence as teen due in court for robbery at Sea Point school
He was apparently caught, along with his accomplices, on CCTV footage entering a classroom where an exam was being written last week.
WC traffic officials arrest bus driver for overloading
The bus was carrying 46 more passengers than its seating capacity.
Man arrested in NC for allegedly burning girlfriend, baby to death
Police spokesperson Captain Olebogeng Tawana says the mother and her nine-month-old baby were found in a veld near Windsorton on Sunday morning.
SA celebrates Mother’s Day
Eyewitness News spoke to a few locals about what plans they had to thank their mothers on this special day.
DA, ANC disappointed as support drops in NC
DA provincial leader Andrew Louw said he expected to do much better in the province.
Voting proceeds smoothly in NC despite violent clashes
Residents protested at a voting station in Holpan, a town just outside Kimberly.
Prasa continues tests on new CT trains
Trial runs are under way and they'll be carried out over the next few months.
Cost of flood damage not yet known in Port St Johns
Heavy rain wreaked havoc in the province, as well as in KwaZulu-Natal, during the Easter weekend, claiming at least 70 lives.
Stellenbosch University 'deeply regrets' allowing study on coloured women
The study found that coloured South African women have an increased risk of low cognitive function. Low education levels and unhealthy lifestyle behaviours were seen to be contributing factors.
'Fed up' housing activists put pressure on CoCT in Green Point protest
Reclaim the City's Bevil Lucas wants to know why many Green Point residents are against low-cost housing developments in the area.
Bo-Kaap a national asset, says group after heritage declaration
Nineteen locations in the area will now enjoy national heritage status.
Stellenbosch Univ apologises, promises probe into study on coloured women
The study claimed that ‘low education levels and unhealthy lifestyle behaviours’ among coloured South African women were a contributing factor to low cognitive functioning.
Protesters demanding houses occupy Green Point bowling green
Activist Nkosikhona Swartbooi says they are at the Green Point bowling green to hold deputy mayor Ian Neilson accountable to a promise he made in 2018.