Five killed in Strand shack fire
At least five shacks caught fire early on Friday morning.
Firefighters to monitor Simon's Town for flare ups following vegetation fire
The fire has been extinguished, but due to strong winds, crews will continue to monitor the area for possible flare ups.
Blitzboks make impressive start to weekend
The Blitzboks kicked off their campaign convincingly, beating Russia 41-0.
Cape businessman arrested over fraud released on R1m bail
A business associate of his was also arrested during a sting operation by the Hawks.
Fire on mountain slopes contained in CT
Fire crews responded to the blaze shortly after 7am this morning.
Boys at CT school can now wear man-buns, afros & earrings
Hair and jewellery regulations will be the same for boys and girls at a Newlands school.
Cape firefighters battle mountain slope blaze
Strong wind is fueling the flames on the mountain slopes in Simon's Town.
Mulder to stay on as MP after stepping down as party leader
Pieter Mulder announced his decision at the FF Plus’s national congress in Kempton Park on Saturday.
Capetonians urged to use designated sites for discharge of fireworks
The City has identified 12 sites across the peninsula where residents will be allowed to participate in festivities.
DA to make proposal to adjust Gordhan's mini budget by over R1bn
Democratic Alliance David Maynier said there are many areas where government can save money.
2 suspected gang members arrested in Kraaifontein
The suspects were found in possession of a firearm, ammunition and dagga.
Castle promises fun experience for visitors on Heritage Day
The 350-year-old Castle of Good Hope in the Cape Town CBD is offering free entry to all visitors tomorrow.
WATCH: Dalai Lama mocks Trump in hilarious video
The Dalai Lama is trending, but not for the reasons you think!
Pinelands set for mega residential development
A 22-hectare site is set to be developed for housing, at least two schools, shops and office space.
Lectures suspended at Maties over fees protest
Students have called on university rector Wim de Villiers to address their demands and grievances.
Maties Vice Chancellor given deadline to respond to student demands
Students occupied the library from Monday this week in protest of the impending fee increase.
#DataMustFall: SA cellphone data costs not likely to decrease soon
According to a recent study South Africans spend almost 25 percent of their salary on internet usage.
New Zealand crush South Africa in Christchurch
The All Blacks dominated the early exchanges & took a deserved lead through an early penalty.