Capturing freedom: The 1994 election from a journalist's point of view
Journalists have a front row seat to history and this was the case for these three South Africans on 27 April 1994. Twenty-two years on, they reflect on the first democratic elections.
Commuters face frenzied scrambles on crippled Metrorail lines
Thousands of rail commuters have been contending with serious delays, cancellations and overcrowded trains since a series of arson attacks crippled Metrorail services.
#Metrorail: Possible breakthrough in train arson attack probe
It's believed a person has been taken in for questioning in connection with one incident of arson.
Authorities call for task team to address Metrorail crisis
Over the past 2 two weeks, the Metrorail service has come under attack with a spate of arson attacks.
The tiny inventions that changed the world
An exhibition celebrating 48 diminutive discoveries that changed the world has gone on display at the Cape Town Science Centre.
Uber users caught in the middle as striking drivers turn violent
Uber passengers in Cape Town have reported two separate incidents of intimidation against drivers.
Uber passenger describes violent confrontation at CT Airport
Andrew Trench says three men confronted his driver shortly after he got into the car last night.
Nik Rabinowitz takes on climate change, energy in new show
The South African comedian explains his move away from political satire in his new show, ‘Power Struggle’, which runs at the Baxter Theatre in Cape Town until 16 April.
Furious Uber drivers invade Cape Town office
Scores of angry Uber drivers marched to the Cape Town headquarters on Wednesday over the company's plans to implement a price decrease.
Tokai murder trial delayed again
A group of women supporting the family of murdered teenager Franziska Blöchliger spoke out after bail proceedings for the four accused were once again postponed in the Wynberg Magistrate's Court.
High hopes: The school for professional drone pilots
Drones may be a budding industry, but so is the business of training pilots who want to use them for commercial purposes. Cape Town-based UAV Industries is one school where pilots can earn their legal wings.
EWN in the Fast Lane: Rolls-Royce Dawn
A speechless Jacob Moshokoa tries to come to grips with the new Rolls-Royce Dawn during a test drive through the Cape Winelands.
An epic ride… From the township to mountain biking stardom
When Sipho Madolo met world famous mountain biker Christoph Sauser in 2009, he took a keen interest in the sport. Seven years later, he completed the Absa Cape Epic alongside his hero.
Teen's murder prompts Khayelitsha policing protest
The Social Justice Coalition organised a march to the Harare Police Station in Khayelitsha to demand improved policing in the wake of teenager Sinoxolo Mafevuka’s murder.
#EightDaysOfCourage: Absa Cape Epic 2016 in pictures
The 2016 Absa Cape Epic got off to a scenic start as riders raced around Tulbagh for Stage 1 on 14 March.
Zephany Nurse: Justice served after 19 years
A Cape Town woman has been found guilty of kidnapping Zephany Nurse 19 years after she snatched the infant from Groote Schuur Hospital.
Tokai murder: Teen's parents plead for help
Florian and Shireen Blöchliger have launched an emotional appeal for help to track down their daughter Franziska's killer.
Morne Nurse: Accused's husband 'an idiot'
Morne Nurse, the biological father of Zephany Nurse, reacted to the alleged kidnapper's apology as well as her husband's testimony outside court on Tuesday.