Elections 2019: IEC has plan to protect Capetonians amid gang violence
IEC provincial chairperson Courtney Sampson says they are having regular meetings with the police’s anti-gang unit.
WC Human Settlement defends tender given to alleged gang boss's wife
The R43 million Valhalla Park housing project, given to a company linked to the wife of alleged 28s gang boss Ralph Stanfield, began in February 2016.
‘Angry’ ANC says City of CT made R1 billion from water services
The ANC filed the class action in the Western Cape High Court last year on behalf of four residents seeking to have all water and sanitation tariff increases set aside.
Karoo lion found alive in Northern Cape
The lion was found roaming 50 kilometres from Sutherland towards Calvinia
SACP in WC: ‘Election win for ANC remains our core focus’
At its provincial executive meeting earlier this week, the party resolved to throw its weight behind the ANC.
Wesgro confident SA-UK relations will be strengthened after Brexit vote
British MPs voted in a second meaningful vote on Tuesday after Prime Minister Theresa May presented her plans on Brexit. MPs voted by 391 to 242 votes to reject Mrs May's deal.
How Brexit vote outcome will affect SA economy
On Tuesday, British parliamentarians will take part in a second meaningful vote, based on a revised withdrawal deal with the European Union.
Most class action suits don’t progress far – legal expert
Theo Broodryk, senior lecturer and manager of the law clinic at Stellenbosch University, says most don't progress far.
Construction on Manenberg hospital on track as govt approves budget
Several hospitals in the Western Cape are getting much needed make-overs.
WC health services buckling under high murder rate, road deaths pressure
On Thursday, Health MEC Nomafrench Mbombo presented how she plans to spend the R24 billion budget she's been allocated.
Self-proclaimed Khoisan king wants to stop May elections
Calvin Cornelius has applied for an urgent cease and desist order against Ramaphosa and the government.
WC govt's investment in comunity safety not enough - opposition parties
The African National Congress (ANC) and African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) were in one voice, condemning the meager amounts allocated to community safety.
Opposition parties unimpressed with WC Budget
The ANC says the Budget is bleak, while the ACDP says it is hopeful services will improve.
WC govt allocates over R2bn for province's housing needs
For the three year period, the department has been allocated R56 million more to boost its capacity to handle major housing developments.
WC govt sets aside R112m for school safety
Provincial treasury budget head Ronell Slingers said the money would be spent on safety infrastructure.
Health & education get biggest slices of WC's R67 billion budget
The provincial Health Department has been allocated R24.7 billion, while education gets R23.6 billion.
DA's Helen Zille’s 10 years as WC premier – a leader and rabble-rouser
The Western Cape Premier this year exits the office she has held for two successive terms. Her time in power has been as formidable as she has been controversial.
Time to say goodbye? Zille vows to remain active in DA politics
The Western Cape premier’s 10-year term comes to an end in May.