SANParks closes Slangkop Tented Camp after safety-related 'incident'
A local tour guide has called out SANParks for failing to effectively address the spate of crime on Table Mountain.
Here's how to check your load shedding schedule in Cape Town
Schedules and load shedding status for your area.
Garden of Lights organiser responds to backlash over 'disaster event'
David Huni, the organiser behind the Christmas Brilliance Garden of Lights event in Stellenbosch, was asked to explain himself.
Xolani never gave up - Redi Tlhabi and fellow broadcasters pay tribute to XG
Friends and fellow broadcasters remember the inspiring life led by Xolani Gwala after succumbing to a long battle with cancer.
Prof Jansen slams 'fake outrage' over 'demonic' art project at Curro school
Grantleigh School in KwaZulu-Natal is conducting an internal probe after Christian parents complained about an art exhibition.
MultiChoice boss apologises for not warning DStv subscribers on billing changes
MultiChoice CEO Mark Rayner concedes that the service should have given subscribers a heads up about the new billing system.
Actors are told 'take it or leave it', says former 'Isidingo' star
Actor and chairman of the SA Guild of Actors, Jack Devnarain, describes the conditions faced by actors in the film and TV space.
Underpaid and overworked - More of SA's top actors bemoan 'modern-day slavery'
Some of the country's finest acting talents have spoken out against unfair practices in the industry in support of Vatiswa Ndara.
DA needs to go back to its old roots, says Deputy Federal Chair Mike Waters
Mike Waters is gunning for the position of DA Federal Council chairperson, alongside Helen Zille, Athol Trollip and Thomas Walters.
Five traffic offences that may soon get your car impounded by the City of CT
The City of Cape Town is revising its traffic by-laws to include many more reasons to impound your vehicle if you're pulled over.
[WATCH] John Cena breaks it down to Sho Madjozi's hit single
American wrestling star John Cena was busting some moves to the viral song named after him on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Govt preparing new laws to restrict foreign-owned business and 'protect locals'
Small Business Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni says the laws will regulate the participation of foreign nationals in SA's economy.
'Planet over profit' - Cape Town and Joburg join global climate strike
Demonstrators have gathered in Johannesburg and Cape Town, marching in solidarity with young protesters across the world.
'Almost alcoholics' - the blurred lines between social drinking and alcoholism
Sobriety advocate Janet Gourand explains the differences between the social drinker and an almost alcoholic.
De Waal Drive is now renamed after Philip Kgosana, but who was he? Here's a look
Cape Town's well-known bend has been renamed in honour of PAC stalwart Philip Kgosana, but very few know his historic importance.
Makhosi Khoza feels 'betrayed' by silent ANC amid death threats and intimidation
ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza says the ruling party's leadership has been quiet in the face of death threats and calls for her to resign.
What your nails say about your health (and how to restore them after damage)
What do your nails say about your health? A great deal, according to dermatologist and nail expert Dr Rakesh Newaj.
A law expert on why HuffPost SA didn't deserve Press Ombud's hate speech ruling
Constitutional law expert Ben Winks unpacks the The HuffPost SA saga, and what constitutes hate speech versus fair comment.