‘I will not hesitate to sue the hell out of you’
Mayor Patricia de Lille plans to sue a Johannesburg businessman who had accused her of corruption.
De Lille vindicated by NPA decision not to pursue bribery charges
The NPA has dropped charges against the mayor relating to bribery allegations made against her by the Democratic Alliance.
Metrorail CT's enforcement unit to begin work mid-October
On Friday three train stations, two of them in the city and one in Paarl were hit by arsonists.
City of Cape Town: Recent train fires were caused by arson
The first fire started after midday at Mbekeweni station near Paarl and two further incidents shortly after that at Firgrove station and Cape Town.
Government misleading Xolobeni residents - Amadiba Crisis Committee
Xolobeni resident and spokesperson for the crises committee Nonhle Mbuthuma says government is handling the matter in bad faith by trying to marginalise the affected community in efforts to go ahead with the project.
Amnesty International condemns excessive use of force on Xolobeni residents
Last week, a community meeting in Xolobeni resulted in residents being tear gassed and allegedly manhandled by police.
Only one third of Metrorail’s infrastructure intact in CT
Three train stations, Mbekweni in Paarl, Firgrove near Somerset West and Cape Town, were affected by fires on Friday.
Mkhwebane handed damning new info on dire state of Metrorail
In August, the committee asked Busisiwe Mkhwebane's office to intervene and probe issues like arson attacks on trains and unreliable services.
2 Metrorail trains on fire at separate CT stations
Metrorail’s Zino Mihi earlier confirmed a train fire at the Mbekweni station in Paarl.
Human rights lawyer Spoor accuses EC police of fabricating charges against him
Richard Spoor was arrested last weekend at a community meeting in the Eastern Cape.
Attorney: Communities intimidated to allow Australian firm to mine in EC
A community meeting turned ugly over the weekend where Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe was scheduled to speak to community members in Xolobeni about their challenges.
Zille: SA can become a Singapore or another Zimbabwe
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille reiterated that some aspects of the legacy of colonialism must be retained for South Africa not to turn into what she calls 'a Zimbabwe'.
3 govt vehicles torched in Matatiele during protests
Frustrated residents in Matatiele have been protesting over poor service delivery this week.
Three government vehicles torched in protest-hit Matatiele
Frustrated residents in the Eastern Cape town have been protesting over poor service delivery this week.
ANC leaders in Western Cape for weekend outreach programmes
The party’s programme kicked off in De Doorns on Friday, with a farmworker outreach in preparation for their by-elections.
Charges against 6 UCT #FeesMustFall activists dropped
Their names have been cleared of criminal records following charges relating to public violence, damage to public property and public violence.
Dept investigates after female pupil attacked at Claremont school
The incident was captured on video earlier this week and has since been circulating online.
217 life sentences handed to women, child abusers
Women and men are expected to take part in a countrywide march against gender-based violence on Wednesday.