Zuma to investigate police brutality claim
MP Professor Ben Turok has promised to look into allegations made by Nigerians against the police.
Nigerians protest against alleged police brutality
Nigerians living in Cape Town have accused police of heavy handedness towards immigrants.
WC education officials 'held hostage'
Some desperate parents from Khayelitsha won’t let education officials leave a meeting.
Academic year begins in WC
There’s lots of excitement as Western Cape schools begin the new academic year.
De Doorns man killed by rubber bullet
A 24-year-old has lost his life after being hit by a rubber bullet in De Doorns.
Farm strike forces clinics to close
Striking farmworkers have prevented nurses from reporting for duty in the Western Cape.
Cosatu requests inquiry into farm strike
Cosatu wants a commission of inquiry to determine the cause of violence during farmworker strikes.
'Killer husband' released on bail
The murder case of a Khayelitsha businesswoman was postponed to February.
Govt departments assist fire victims
Several government departments including Home Affairs are helping the Khayelitsha fire victims.
'Nyanga housing project on track'
The WC Human Settlements Dept. says there have been no disruptions at the Boystown Housing Development.
Worcester bus accident victims discharged
Most of the people that were admitted to hospital after a deadly accident have been discharged.
3 dead in major CPT crash
A major crash on the N1 near De Doorns brings the death toll to 27 in less than a month.
Killer driver to learn his fate in 2013
The man convicted for culpable homicide after a bus crash left 23 people dead appeared in court.
Robben Island ordered to reinstate workers
8 Robben Island employees fired for misconduct earlier this year will be reinstated.
20 pedestrians killed in WC
Officials have urged motorists to be in the lookout for pedestrians following several accidents.
SA Navy member killed at work
The South African Navy has launched an investigation following the death of one of its members.
Zille cries foul
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has accused Jenni Irish-Qobosheane of being impartial.
Officials monitor farm protests
Western Cape Disaster officials and police are monitoring the strike action in the province.