'Liewe Heksie' creator dies
Verna Vels in her sleep in her Johannesburg home last night after a battle with cancer.
Enkanini residents vow to stay
Residents say they will fight to stay on municipal-owned land after they were forcefully removed by the city.
Mossel Bay: Illegal connections pose a threat
The township has been rocked by protests after the municipality cut illegal electricity connections.
Three shot dead in Delft this week
Dozens of residents, police officials and organisations were part of a mass march against crime in Delft
Two suspected dog smugglers arrested
33 canines including Boerboels, Huskies and German Shepherds have been confiscated.
DA: School sexual offence rate extremely worrisome
A reply to a DA parliamentary question has revealed sexual offences in schools remains high.
Mossel Bay protest damage costs rate payers R300,000
Hundreds of disgruntled Kwanonqaba residents took to the streets demanding cheaper electricity.
Shack fire victim stable
A father is in a stable condition following a fatal shack fire in which his son was killed at the weekend.
Family dies from gas inhalation
The police say no foul play is suspected in the incident which took place in the Northern Cape.
Child rapist get 20-year sentence
Darryl Woest was found guilty on nine charges relating to the sexual assault of children.
NPA welcomes sentencing of cop killers
NPA says getting convictions against cop killers is a major priority.
City apologises for bogus Ebola case
An email circulated by a city official claimed a person had been diagnosed with the virus.
'Street racers not punished accordingly'
Three people died in separate street racing incidents across Cape Town last weekend.
Children fall prey to Delft gangs
The Delft CPF says daily gun battles are placing innocent lives at risk.
Man sentenced for murder of teen hitchhiker
James Thipe was on Wednesday found guilty of the murder of 17-year-old hitchhiker Helen Kuhn.
Delft child stable after shooting
A 5-year-old girl and her mother were at their neighbours house in Delft when two men allegedly opened fire.
Calls for drag racing laws to be bolstered
Three people died in separate street racing incidents across Cape Town at the weekend.
Metrorail's Philippi line reopens
The line was reopened yesterday after criminals put it offline by damaging signal cables.