Court rules Cemair planes may fly again
The CAA last week suspended the airline's operating licence after finding it contravened legislation and aviation regulations.
Parliament: Approval of 8 new laws one of many highlights this year
The arm of state has outlined 23 bills that have been passed compared to 18 last year.
WC health posts to be filled following Ramaphosa’s economic stimulus plan
In September, Ramaphosa announced the plan to revitalise the economy and set the country on a new path of growth, employment and transformation.
Western Cape traffic authorities express concern over road fatalities
Traffic authorities have confirmed 22 passengers were traveling in the 16-seater mini-bus taxi at the time of Saturday's crash.
Police arrest suspect in connection with Bonnievale double murder
The alleged killer was apprehended by detectives in the small village of McGregor near Robertson on Sunday morning.
ANC WC executive to get names of candidates
The delegates might represent the party as members in Parliament and the provincial legislature.
Operations at Helderberg primate centre back to normal after fire
One of the restaurant managers, Christine van der Merwe, says they have made alternative arrangement to keep their doors open.
Overberg District fire 'under control'
Earlier this week, a house was gutted when the blaze threatened the community along the region’s coast.
WC farmer (56) to appear in court on assault charges in January
The farmer is accused of beating up a farmworker on his farm in the Matzikama region earlier this week.
Monkey Town owner: 'We’ll have to start over after fire'
The fire razed the restaurant and deck at Monkey Town.
CAA suspends CemAir's operating licence indefinitely
The CAA took the decision to suspend the airline for 24 hours because it did not have an operations manager in place.
Mixed reaction to City of Cape Town's sale of Salt River Market site
Council on Thursday approved the sale of the land to a social housing organisation after stalling on a decision in October, saying it needed more time to consider the proposal.
Parts of Cape wildlife centre Monkey Town destroyed in blaze
The restaurant and outside decking area have been razed.
SACAA calls on CemAir to defend its operating certificate
SACAA’s aviation safety executive Simon Segwabe says the latest issue relates to the company not having a flight operations manager.
WC farmer to appear in court for allegedly assaulting farmworker
Billy Claasen of lobby group the Rural and Farmworkers Development Organisation claims a farmworker was on his way home when a farmer attacked him.
22 farm attacks reported in WC since start of year, says AfriForum
In the most recent incident, a couple and their daughter were ambushed on a farm outside Paarl this week.
Over 800 South Africans in prisons abroad, says Dirco
Among them are four women recently arrested for drug smuggling in Miami in the US.
7 City of CT staff members due in court over driving licence fraud operation
The officials were apprehended during a Hawks sting operation at the Lingelethu drivers licence testing centre on Wednesday.