WC Premier Winde: Cabinet will undergo lifestyle audit
Alan Winde was elected as premier on Wednesday following the swearing in of MPLs in the Western Cape legislature.
Another dead end for Henri van Breda as court dismisses his appeal
Henri van Breda is serving three life sentences and an additional 15 years for the murders of his parents and older brother, and the attempted murder of his younger sister.
DA's Winde elected as new WC premier
Winde received 24 votes, the ANC's Cameron Dugmore 10 and there were 6 spoiled votes.
Mix of old, new faces set for Western Cape legislature
The DA still has the upper hand in the provincial legislature with the most number of seats in the house. It will easily endorse Alan Winde as the next premier.
Activist group questions plans for 'inclusionary housing' in Sea Point
The Berman Brothers group had initially planned to have 20% of the property reserved to be rented to tenants with a monthly income of less than R18,000.
Ndifuna Ukwazi to appeal City of Cape Town's decision on Sea Point development
Ndifuna Ukwazi said the City of Cape Town's municipal planning tribunal had approved the development on condition that the maximum monthly household income be increased to R20,000.
Court doubts minister will meet update deadline in District 6 restitution case
Land Reform Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane was in the Western Cape High Court on Friday to explain why she hasn’t been able to draw up an adequate restitution plan.
Other govt depts, private sector must help fund D6 development, court told
Rural Development and Land Reform Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane appeared in the Western Cape High Court on Friday, to give answers on government’s progress on the restitution for hundreds of District Six land claimants.
Nkoana-Mashabane arrives at court for District Six land restitution case
Last month, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane was ordered to appear in the Western Cape High Court in a restitution case involving hundreds of land claimants.
Ndifuna Ukwazi: CoCT ignoring national legislation if Foreshore project approved
The Harbour Arch is a 5.8-hectare development which will include six towers comprising apartments and shops.
Ndifuna Ukwazi: Harbour Arch development will deepen CT class divisions
According to property developer Amdec, Harbour Arch is set to be the ‘first and largest mixed-use development of its kind in the Cape Town CBD’.
WC police investigating torching of four vehicles in Thembalethu
There have been on-going problems around the roll-out of the Go George bus service in Thembalethu and other areas, with taxi drivers reportedly saying they have been left out of the program.
IEC needs to improve management of election day, say CT IEC volunteers
On election day Western Cape IEC head Courtney Sampson admitted they hadn't foreseen so many voters would cast ballots at stations where they were not registered.
D6 committee open to discussing restitution matters with Land Reform Dept
Land Reform Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane has been ordered to appear before the Western Cape High Court on Friday.
‘Worst-run elections’: IEC volunteers in CT complain of chaos on election day
While political parties were concerned about voter turnout, the IEC was worried about volunteer burnout.
3 arrested for murder, R600k seized in WC abalone poaching raid
Ten properties were searched and more than 30 people were questioned.
District Six land claimants refute Nkoana-Mashabane’s claims in court papers
Maite Nkoana-Mashabane submitted the affidavit last week following a court order related to a restitution case involving hundreds of claimants.
George dad launches NPO, approaches SAHRC after daughter sexually abused
The father, who cannot be named to protect his child, has first-hand experience of such an ordeal.