Eastern Cape town in crisis mode as dam water levels drop to 1%
Local authorities are in full blown crisis mode as the town of Adelaide survives by tapping bore holes and the Fish River line.
WC ANC promises to follow up on Prasa protesters' demands
Commuters joined #UniteBehind in a march to the ANC's regional headquarters, where they handed over a memorandum to ANC Western Cape elections head Ebrahim Rasool.
Trio appears in court over cloned cards
Suspected kingpin Arthur Qedinda Dube has been remanded in custody after he appeared, with two of his co-accused, in the Muizenberg Magistrates Court.
Unite Behind, commuters protest at CT Prasa offices
Commuters from across Cape Town are occupying the foyer at the Prasa offices.
NC rapist handed 20-year jail sentence
DNA evidence positively linked 36-year-old Sinathemba Dick to the attack in the Kuyasa neighbourhood in May 2016.
CT transport hubs will soon have 24-hour surveillance cameras
City officials say cameras at the Cape Town station deck, Claremont and Wynberg have already been installed.
District Six committee to head back to court over land claims
The District Six Working Committee will head back to court this week to get answers from government as to when hundreds of claimants will receive a home.
Civil society groups call for CT rail crisis be declared a national disaster
#UniteBehind, Equal Education (EE) and the United Transport & Allied Trade Union (Untu) have raised safety concerns after a learner was killed between Salt River and Woodstock.
Zille pleased with Parly praise for reducing WC unemployment rate
The unemployment rate in the province dropped to 19.3%, which is 14 percentage points lower than the national average.
Khayelitsha residents to meet with CT officials over water issues
Scores of protestors took to the streets this past week where they blocked roads with bricks and burning tyres.
Zille says she supports District Six land claimants heading to court
Zille addressed District Six restitution claimants at the Cape Penisula University of Technology (CPUT) in Cape Town on Sunday.
Civil groups call for integrated approach to address violence in schools
Deputy Police minister Bongani Mkongi held a School and Campus Safety Dialogue at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology on Saturday.
CT students appeal to govt to step up in acting against school violence
Deputy Police Minister Bongani Mkongi is attending a school and campus safety dialogue at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology on Saturday.
Deputy Police Min urges schools, campuses to get involved in crime fighting
Mkongi wants student bodies to mobilise, take action and work with the police.
Police use rubber bullets, tear gas to control Blackheath protesters
Blackheath residents took to the streets to raise their concerns over housing and demand solutions to their grievances.
Exclusive Books to launch 'Gangster State' in Cape Town next week
Exclusive Books said the initial event was cancelled after discussions between the franchise, the V&A Waterfront and the police.
CoCT to launch Easter road safety operation with free vehicle checks
Traffic officers are providing free roadworthy checks to long-distance bus and minibus taxi operators to ensure vehicle and driver fitness ahead of their journeys.
Bus transport resumes in Khayelitsha following protests
MyCiTi and Golden Arrow services were suspended after residents took to the streets burning tyres and blocking several roads.