WC road accidents claim 9 lives over weekend
In total, 27 drunk drivers were arrested since Friday and fines worth more than R350,000 were issued.
MJC to meet with CT officials over mosque's call to prayer volume
According to the city, a noise abatement notice was issued to the Masjidus Saligeen on 4 December.
WC safety dept calls on national govt to address police under-resourcing
MEC Alan Winde has held a media briefing to highlight his concerns around crime in the province.
56 attacks on EMS workers in WC this year, safety symposium told
A Cape Town paramedic says when an incident occurs on duty, they are not being assisted by police and are sent to various police stations.
56 attacks on EMS staff between Jan-Oct - WC Health Dept
Western Cape Deputy Minister of Health Mathume Phaahla says its concerning that attacks on EMS members are increasing.
'Newly signed Labour Laws Amendment Bill a milestone in the right direction'
The new provisions which will come into effect in January, include new parental leave provisions for fathers and adoptive parents who will qualify for ten days of paid leave.
PE coffin protester to meet with Police Minister over gang violence
Christian Martin and three other members of the Khoisan community camped outside the Premier's office in Bhisho about a week ago, sleeping in coffins.
CT festive season kicks off with light switch-on
Thousands of people flocked to the CBD on Sunday night to attend the annual festive lights switch-on event.
WC heritage committee to table application to demolish Deer Park building
Residents and business owners has raised concerns about the application to demolish the 60-year-old building, which has been earmarked for a four-storey development.
SABC board, Communications minister set for fight over retrenchments
The 'City Press' reported this weekend that Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has taken the board to task regarding its retrenchment plans.
9 suspects arrested since launch of CT’s rail unit
The unit is a joint initiative between the City of Cape Town, provincial government and the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa.
Ndabeni-Abrahams to comment on SABC job cuts after engaging interested parties
The ‘City Press’ reported on Sunday morning that the new Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has taken on the SABC board over its planned retrenchments.
Golden Arrow says 20 bus robberies have occurred since September
On Wednesday, passengers were robbed on a bus by armed men from Mitchell's Plain to Cape Town.
Kensington CPF condemns two separate shooting incidents
The CPF's Cheslyn Steenberg says he's concerned about the violence and is appealing to the community to report crime to inform authorities where firearms are located.
New HIV infections in WC drop by 3,000 in 2 years
The Western Cape Health department says according to the modelling done by researchers and international agencies, 15,796 new infections were recorded in the province over the past two years.
City of CT 'confident' in decision to relax water restrictions
The restrictions and the associated tariffs will be lowered from Level 5 to Level 3 on 1 December.
Five families homeless after Bonteheuwel fire
Ward councillor Angus Mckenzie says four backyard dwellings and a house were destroyed.
City of CT's proposed solar panel fine labelled 'excessive'
The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry says the City of Cape Town’s proposed fine of R6,000 on residents who fail to register their solar panels is excessive.