Winde: Water tariff hike for WC inevitable
Western Cape Economic Opportunities and Agriculture MEC Alan Winde acknowledges they should have started working on crisis plans in 2015.
Govt working with Saldanha Bay employers to avert water-related job losses
Officials have confirmed to EWN that three major employers in the Saldanha Bay area are concerned about the precarious supply of water.
WC agri dept says drought to have massive socio-economic effect
The department on Wednesday detailed the impact of the drought to Parliament's Water and Sanitation Portfolio Committee.
Mokonyane commits to preventing total shutdown of CT’s water system
Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says she is committed to ensuring Day Zero doesn’t hit the Cape as it would have dire economic consequences.
UCT: Classes and exams will go ahead
A group of protesting students is demanding for the campus to be shut down.
Water management devices to be installed in over 50,000 WC households
Cape Town is trying to reduce collective water usage to 500 million litres per day.
Thousands flock to Zeitz Mocaa since opening
The museum's Chief Operating Officer Sabine Lehmann says Sunday afternoon appears to be the busiest time since its grand opening on Friday.
Diving unit continues to search for missing Mossel Bay man
It's believed a man working on a ship has disappeared overboard.
Capetonians fail to reach daily water usage target
The City earlier released the current dam levels which are sitting at 37.5%.
WC Education Dept won't tolerate bullying in schools
Last week, a video surfaced showing a girl and a boy punching a 14-year-old at the De Kuilen High School in Kuils River.
CT proposes closer taxi involvement in MyCiti roll out
The city council on Thursday adopted a plan which proposes significant involvement of taxis as the service is further rolled-out
AfriForum: Criminal action can be taken on person in foreign country
AfriForum’s Willie Spies explains the formal procedures that will take place over the next few weeks.
Report: 2 in custody in connection with murder of Eric Wiese
Eric Wiese, aged 80, was found dead at his plush Higgovale home in the Cape Town city bowl last Friday.
Van Breda: Blood stain analyst to testify as murder trial resumes
Following a break of almost two months, Van Breda is back in the dock, this time under the glare of video cameras.
Cameras in court as Henri van Breda murder trial resumes
The 22-year-old is accused of axing to death his parents and older brother at their De Zalze Estate home in Stellenbosch in January 2015.
Severe weather warning issued for Knysna
MEC Alan Winde says extra manpower has been put in place in Knysna as a severe weather warning has been issued.
How hostage negotiator ‘bargained’ for McGowan’s safe release
Mohamed Yehia says when proof of life was provided two years ago, a hard-bargaining process began for McGowan’s safe release.
Protesters gather outside Zille’s home demanding affordable housing
Reclaim the City activists want Zille to suspend the provincial public works department's rezoning application until the matter is reassessed.