Paarl Farmer attacked with panga during apparent robbery
During the early hours of Saturday morning, three brazen criminals broke into a container situated on the man's premises.
WC suspends initiation season to help stop spread of COVID-19
Initiation in the province is practiced twice a year, in winter and summer.
CT paramedics attacked, allegedly by patient’s family
Two paramedics responded to a call in Surrey Estate on Saturday afternoon and they were assaulted allegedly by the patient's family.
CT says lockdown regulations need tightening to ensure compliance
The City's JP Smith said it's still too easy for someone to lie and say they are heading to a shop for essential items when all they plan to do is wander around.
COVID-19: One person arrested, R3k worth of cigarettes confiscated in JHB CBD
Law enforcement officials are continuing to patrol the streets of the Johannesburg CBD to enforce the lockdown and question suspicious vehicles and pedestrians.
Nzimande warns students not to treat COVID-19 lockdown as a holiday
Nzimande said he would be engaging with the Department of Communications and various institutions to provide e-learning guides and access to data for online learning.
Girl (15) gang-raped in Delft
The teenager was attacked at her home after her parents left for work during the early hours of Thursday morning.
Khayelitsha man to appear in court for fraud, bribery
Detectives headed to a premises in Lingelethu West on Monday where they spotted several Capitec bank cards.
Didiza warns panic buying will hinder entire supply chain
From Friday morning, the country will go into a 21-day lockdown as government tries to curb the spread of COVD-19, which has killed almost 20,000 people around the world.
SA lockdown has some citizens wondering where next meal will come from
While many businesses will be assisted during the lockdown period, others are depending on the woman or man on the street hustling for a living to put food on the table.
Public transport users weigh in on COVID-19 lockdown
Some passengers at the Baragwanath Taxi Rank in Soweto say they’re worried about the effect the coronavirus lockdown will have on their jobs.
Snaking queues in Crown Mines ahead of coronavirus lockdown
Holding on to their trolleys, most shoppers look anxious and pensive as they await their turn to stock up on supplies.
Santaco eases CT taxi commuters' COVID-19 fears with sanitiser, masks
On Monday, officials visited taxi tanks across the Cape to distribute hand sanitiser, face masks and more.
Coronavirus: CT restaurant owner worried about new regulations
To curb the spread of coronavirus, the government ordered all bars, shebeens and some restaurants to close at 6 pm and only reopen at 9 am the following day.
Girl (13) killed, dad wounded in Durbanville shooting
The motive remains unknown and no arrests have yet been made.
Trio to appear in court for bribing Milnerton cop
It's alleged the trio offered the officer R20,000 to make an attempted murder case disappear.
Renewed concerns after Mfuleni cop shot dead
Three police officers have been killed since the start of the year in Cape Town alone.
Anglican Archbishop Makgoba concerned SA isn’t taking coronavirus seriously
Makgoba says the covid-19 pandemic is not only a European problem but something that affects everyone.