WC farmers pleased with additional drought relief funding
At least R212 million will be added to the agriculture support grant to provide drought relief.
Students to march on Parliament today
UCT vice-chancellor Max Price has urged staff members & students to join the march.
Nzimande reiterates commitment to finding solution to fee crisis
He says the government has short, medium & long term plans to address issues at tertiary institutions.
Kenilworth woman accused of plotting husband’s murder out on bail
Petina Coetzee reportedly approached an employee to arrange her husband’s murder for R200,000.
Consumer Commission keeping a close eye on Samsung Galaxy Note 7 safety recall
The Consumer Commission says investigators will meet with Samsung again at the end of the month.
Samsung sets up Galaxy Note 7 exchange kiosks in airports
Several airlines have banned the device after reports that some handsets were catching fire.
‘Rome Statute hinders SA’s international relations’
Michael Masutha says the statute's obligations hinder the SA government’s commitment to peaceful negotiations.
DA: SA's ICC exit must be approved by Parliament
Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane has reportedly begun the process of withdrawing from the ICC.
Muvhango also struggling to secure SABC contract
The SABC declined to comment on the contract talks with '7de Laan' and 'Muvhango' producers.
Is this the end of the road for 7de Laan?
The production company behind the popular SABC 2 soapie says the broadcaster has not renewed its contract.
CT woman arrested for plot to kill husband due in court
The woman allegedly approached an employee two weeks ago to have her spouse murdered.
Three of four accused in Tokai teen murder reject State's plea deal
The men accused of the rape and murder of Franziska Blöchliger have refused an offer.
CT woman arrested for hiring employee to kill husband
Acting on a tip-off officers arrested the woman in an undercover operation in Lansdowne yesterday.
Cango Caves set to reopen after tremor
The tourist site was closed following a 3,5 magnitude tremor in the region yesterday.
R1m drug bust in Cape Town
Khayelitsha police have arrested a man in connection with a R1 million drug bust.
Cango Caves shut as precaution following tremor
The Council of Geoscience earlier confirmed a 3.5 magnitude tremor struck the Swartberg region.
Cape businessman back in court over gun peddling
Irshaad Laher faces a raft of charges including racketeering, corruption and money laundering.
Oudtshoorn left shaken by 3.5 magnitude tremor
The Council for Geosciences has confirmed that the tremor hit a short while ago.