SANDF deployment in CT likely won't be a costly project - analyst
Last week, Police Minister Bheki Cele said the SANDF would be deployed to gang-ravaged communities, following on-going requests by community policing forums.
Western Cape govt: Army deployment will play crucial role in tackling violence
The South African National Defence Force is preparing to move into suburbs in the Mother City to try curb gang-related violence and gangsterism.
D6 community expresses confidence in Didiza after restitution meeting
The different groups representing hundreds of claimants met with Didiza earlier this week for the first time.
Home Affairs accused of undermining goal for united Africa
The EFF's Vuyani Pambo accused the department's policies related to foreign nationals as being anti-African.
Over 1,000 fake marriages annulled since last year - Motsolaedi
Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi on Wednesday mentioned the issue during his budget vote speech in Parliament.
No arrests made after Hawks raid at George Municipality
The raid is related to alleged fraud and corruption in the appointment and filling of a vacant post.
Mbalula vows to prioritise two major rail projects
He told MPs that the finalisation of feasibility studies into the Moloto Rail Corridor and the high-speed rail network between Johannesburg and Durban would be prioritised.
Mbalula plans to ensure Metrorail, Shosholoza trains are on schedule
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula delivered his department's budget vote speech in Parliament on Tuesday.
Hawks raid George Municipal offices again
In April last year, officers conducted a search and seizure operation at the offices and the homes of people of interest following allegations of irregularities in awarding of tenders.
D6 committee hopes for more support in renaming Keizersgracht Street
The City of Cape Town’s public participation process is currently under way.
'Noem My Skollie' author John Fredericks dies
The 73-year-old shot to fame when 'Noem My Skollie' hit theatres three years ago, a movie based on his life as a gangster.
How do we grow SA’s economy? De Lille, others weigh in
Ahead of President Cyril Ramaphosa's address to the nation on Thursday night, De Lille emphasised the need for government to ensure an urgent turnaround at Eskom.
Guests, MPs walk the red carpet ahead of Sona 2019 address
From security to the requisite red carpet, officials were doing final preparations for the address scheduled to start at 7pm.
State ready for another round with Van Breda over appeal
Henri van Breda's serving three life terms for murdering his parents and older brother, and an additional 15 years for the attempted killing of his sister.
State says no basis for Henri Van Breda's appeal
Van Breda's lawyers last month approached the Constitutional Court once again in a final bid to have his conviction and sentence overturned.
Mosques aren’t causing noise nuisance in District Six. But is it disturbance?
The Zeenatul Islam Masjid, situated in Muir Street, was built in 1923, and since then it has sounded the adhan - or daily call to prayer - as mosques around the world do.
Al-Noor Orphanage manager could face more charges
Amina Opara was arrested last week during a sting operation by the Hawks and the Western Cape Department of Social Development at the Al-Noor Child and Youth Care Centre.
Very little being done to rectify apartheid spatial injustices - Ndifuna Ukwazi
Over the past 11 months, the City of Cape Town has approved building plans to the value of R20.4 billion.