'Keep calm': Load shedding higher than stage 2 not likely, says Eskom
This after a week of frequent and prolonged rolling blackouts under stage 4 load shedding.
Govt criticised for failing to deliver what it owes District Six land claimants
Judge Jody Kollapen says 969 people, that’s 80% of those who’d made claims in the nineties, are still waiting for the homes they were promised.
Cops seize abalone worth R500k in Malmesbury
Officers discovered the perlemoen at a house in the area following a tip-off earlier this week.
High Court victory for Cape land claimants
The District Six Working Committee, on behalf of hundreds of people who lodged land claims in the nineties and several other applicants, took the State to court last year.
Police seize heroin worth R700,000 in CT; 3 arrested
Metro officers were acting on a tip-off of drugs being stored at a house in the N2 Gateway development.
3 dead, one critically wounded in 'execution style' shooting in PE
Police officers were on patrol in the area on Tuesday night when they found four people lying in a field.
Cape Chamber of Commerce: Load shedding may ruin small businesses
Eskom and government say there’s no quick fix to the country's electricity issues, with months of load shedding still expected.
Court postpones case against NW cop accused of raping detained woman
A 50-year old warrant officer is accused of raping a woman who’d been detained earlier in March for violating a protection order.
Lights out, guns out: CT CPFs say shootings spike during load shedding
Several community crime fighting groups in Cape Town say that power cuts are hampering policing.
Load shedding: Criminals taking advantage of power outages - CPFs
Lentegeur Community Policing Forum chairperson Byron de Villiers says the community has come to expect constant shootings when the power goes out.
4 suspects arrested for murder of CT man
A man's body was found on a field early Monday morning. He had been stabbed to death.
Vredenburg Hospital upgrades to improve services
The upgrades, which includes a new theatre and a paediatrics unit, cost R172 million.
3 deadly shootings reported in Mitchells Plain over past 24 hours
The first shootings occurred in Lentegeur late on Sunday night.
South Africans should brace for more load shedding - Eskom
Eskom's Andrew Etzinger said it could take up to a week to address the myriad problems plaguing the power system.
Dept: Eskom's capacity to build up power reserves has diminished
The Public Enterprises Ministry says that Eskom does not have the capacity to deal with the current power supply crisis on top of all its other troubles.
Uitenhage police seek help identifying bodies found in bushes
In one incident, a community member found the decomposed body of a man in the bushes next to Kuduskloof road in January.
Sans Souci teacher who slapped pupil to return to work
The school governing body has decided to give Clarisa Venter a fine and a warning after it found her guilty of unacceptable behaviour.
King of the Karoo: Mufasa leaves jail and returns to the wild
A lion named Mufasa which escaped from the Karoo National Park just outside Beaufort West has been found in the Northern Cape. After a stint in jail cells, he has been returned to his natural habitat.