Interim ANC Western Cape leadership wants to open party to public
The interim committee had its first meeting over the weekend and resolved they should not operate in silos and focus on community issues.
SA becoming producer & consumer of world’s most sought-after drugs - Cele
Police Minister Bheki Cele said they have been dealing with the illicit drug trade since 1993 and since then, the situation has worsened.
Interpol global conference in CT to discuss strategies to fight drug trade
Interpol’s second Global Drugs and Illicit Substances Trafficking Conference will bring together about 400 delegates from 194 member countries.
Only 1 in 3 train stations in WC have a CCTV camera - DA
This was revealed by the Transport Department in a reply to a Democratic Alliance parliamentary question.
Crime mostly affects poor SA communities - researcher
The three stations where the most murders in the country were reported are Nyanga, Delft and Khayelitsha.
WC sees spike in hijacking but house break-ins down
Not only does the Nyanga top the list of 30 stations where the most murders have been committed, it’s also the country's top hijacking hotspot.
Most murders recorded in Nyanga, Delft and Khayelitsha police stations
If the figures are anything to go by, Nyanga, Delft and Khayelitsha can be considered the most dangerous areas in the country.
George Municipality ‘learnt’ of fraud, corruption probe via media
Local government MEC Anton Bredell said the probe would focus on the George Integrated Public Transport Network and irregular appointments made at the Municipality.
R7bn set aside to refurbish Cape Town International Airport
It will see the addition of a new runway and international and domestic departure lounges.
Some MPs left frustrated by Eskom's bailout requests
A select committee was considering a bill that would see the power company being allocated an addition R59 billion over the next three years.
Eskom asks govt for more money as debt climbs beyond R450bn
The power utility’s debt is reaching levels beyond R450 billion and Mabuza was in Parliament on Tuesday asking government for more money.
WC will get most qualified person for top police job, says Fritz
Community Safety MEC Albert Fritz said he was satisfied with the process to appoint a police commissioner for the Western Cape.
UPDATE: 4 trucks torched overnight in WC
The latest report claims a truck was set alight near Lwandle in Strand on Monday night.
R304 closed as protesters burn tyres, barricade roads in Klipheuwel
According to the City of Cape Town’s traffic department, the R302 has been closed to traffic.
SAPS misses deadline to appoint new WC police commissioner
Community Safety MEC Albert Fritz said interviews would only be conducted later this month.
WC DA rejects Special Appropriations Bill for R59bn Eskom bailout
According to the party, more than R100 billion will be lost due to the bill.
‘It can happen to anyone’: Students share fears after Uyinene Mrwetyana’s murder
On Monday night, students gathered to hold an overnight vigil for Mrwetyana.
Over R2 billion budgeted for rates rebates, indigent relief for CT residents
Property owners who are dependent on pensions or social grants may qualify for a rates discount.