Cable theft persists despite efforts by Metrorail
At least 18 arrests have been over the past several days.
Virgin Active masturbator now faces criminal charges
Virgin Active's Carla White said that the man's contract has been terminated and he's been banned from joining any outlets for life.
Virgin Active seeks legal action against man who allegedly masturbated at gym
The incident took place at the club's Stellenbosch branch on Friday.
Outrage as 8-month-old baby is shot in Mitchells Plain
Abie Isaacs, a chairperson of the Mitchells Plain CPF, called on the community to help police in their search for the suspects.
Thieves posing as lovers rob East London jewellery store
The incident, which involved four men and a woman, occurred in Hemingways Mall on Thursday afternoon.
Northern Cape police bust man with drugs worth R100,000
Police responded to a tip-off and caught a 51-year-old man in possession of 1,442 mandrax tablets, tik and about R3,000 cash.
CT police arrest 5 suspects for possession of unlicensed firearms
Three suspects were arrested after they were found in possession of an unlicensed firearm and 28 rounds of ammunition.
Students ‘have no regrets’ after cycling from Cairo to Cape Town
Alex McMaster and Merlin Hetherington met at St Andrews University in Scotland four years ago and cycled through 10 African countries.
No joy for consumers as carbon tax to negate expected petrol price drop
A labour economist said consumers would still be hit hardest even though fuel prices were expected to remain relatively unchanged in the coming weeks.
Euro student duo pedal Africa for a good cause
Two students from the University of St Andrews in Scotland have cycled across 10 African countries in a bid to raise R356,000 in aid of preventable blindness and deafness.
Supporting new moms at work will reduce absenteeism - study
Professor Ameeta Jaga said although 45% of the country's labour force consists of women, there was a lack of support for new mothers.
World Hypertension Day: 4 out of 10 adults worldwide have high blood pressure
A Wits University study indicates between 42 and 54% of South Africans are sufferers.
Study: Mothers who breastfeed at work more committed to employers
UCT associate professor Ameeta Jaga says mothers who feel breastfeeding is encouraged in the workplace have a sense of being valued because their companies promote gender equality.
SA has no 'capacity' for digital voting - experts
Digital voting has its advantages as more people would be able to vote, however, South Africa remains limited by infrastructure, say experts.
Cape Town police bust man for drugs worth R120k
The man was arrested after police officers spotted a suspicious vehicle during the early hours of Sunday morning.
DA’s WC results positive ‘given where the party was a year ago’ - analyst
Although the DA will hang on to its majority, projections show its result will be less than the 57% it secured in the previous election.
‘Failed by govt’, Bo-Kaap community want their voices heard as they vote
Feeling failed by national government, resident Wahab Ahmed said it was important to make your voice heard.
Don't spoil your ballot - IEC
IEC provincial electoral officer Courtney Sampson said one of the most common mistakes people make is to write comments on their ballot papers.