Army deployment sees drastic drop in WC murder rate - police
Operation Lockdown, which involves soldiers assisting police, has been in effect since July and police said that since then, the province's murder rate had dropped to around 30 per week.
CoCT condemns taxi driver protest over arrest warrants
Dozens of taxis on Tuesday blocked the area around the station deck, and smashed a number of Golden Arrow bus windows.
Lesufi: Precautionary measures in place to ensure smooth first day of exams
Thousands of Gauteng pupils will start with the computer practicals exam on Wednesday morning.
WC Agri Dept says rural safety technical committee up and running
The team will focus on rural safety and will advise the inter-ministerial committee which consists of provincial cabinet members.
Taxi driver arrests spark violence in CT CBD
Metro police are trying to clear the area around the station deck after a number of taxis blocked the road.
WC public transport operators urged to help matrics get to exams on time
A candidate arriving later than one hour will not be allowed to write the examination at all and will have to make use of the supplementary examinations next year in June.
Gift of the Givers delivers fodder, water to drought-hit Graaf-Reinet
The organisation said that the request for fodder amongst emerging and commercial farmers was overwhelming.
No place to call home: Desperate foreign nationals look to flee 'hate' in SA
Hundreds of foreign nationals from the DRC, Burundi, Somalia, Pakistan and Zimbabwe have been camping at the United Nations Refugee Agency offices in Cape Town since last Tuesday, desperate to leave a country they once called home.
Foreign nationals urged to end UNRA sit-in and go home
Foreign nationals have spent three nights at the offices, demanding that the agency to assist them to leave South Africa.
UN Refugee Agency has obligation to help foreign nationals, says lawyer
The Western Cape Refugee and Migrant Forum believe resettlement is not a practical solution, but immigration lawyer Craig Smith supports the sit-in.
CT bus enforcement unit arrest five more in Nyanga
Five men were arrested for being in possession of a firearm at a bus stop on Govan Mbeki Road just after 2pm on Wednesday.
Resettlement not a practical solution for foreign nationals - migrant forum
Hundreds of citizens from other parts of the continent have been staging a sit-in at the agency's Cape Town offices demanding they be assisted to leave South Africa.
Relief for Golden Arrow passengers as more cops travel on buses
For months, Golden Arrow has been dealing with robberies and attacks on buses.
UN Refugee Agency says working to help foreign nationals in CT
Citizens from various parts of the continent staged a sit-in on Tuesday at the agency's Cape Town offices demanding they be assisted to leave South Africa.
Foreign nationals 'tired of these South Africans' as they look to leave SA
Foreign nationals in Cape Town said they would not leave the UN Refugee Agency office until they got assistance to leave South Africa.
6 people arrested by CT bus enforcement unit since September launch
In uniform and plainclothes, they wanted to catch criminals before they pounced on commuters.
‘We need to leave this country’: Foreign nationals in CT call on UN for help
Dozens of foreigners gathered at the offices of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) in Cape Town on Tuesday to plead for help.
Untu urges the police to prioritise train fires in WC
Earlier this week a fire broke out and gutted three carriages at Glencairn Station.