Madlala-Routledge votes 'tactically'
The Vote No campaigner says she has voted for two smaller parties and not the ANC or DA.
De Lille may reshuffle mayoral committee
Safety and security head JP Smith is tipped to take over the City of Cape Town’s housing portfolio.
'DA shack dweller support a PR stunt'
An analyst says a shack dwellers' organisation's support for the DA is no more than a PR stunt.
CT IEC official suspended
An official was suspended after a batch of ballot papers fell off a vehicle travelling on the N1 in CT.
Firearms Act saved '4,000 lives'
A research report claims 4,000 lives were saved by the Firearms Control Act between 2001 and 2005.
Post-mortem: Rhodes student was shot
On Saturday officers were called out to a shooting at Cullen Bowles house residence.
‘ANC not associated with Mark Lifman’
It’s been claimed Lifman was a VIP guest at the ANC rally and was specially invited.
Rhodes students get trauma counselling
A female student and a 34-year-old man were found dead in the university’s residence.
SACP to march in WC
Western Cape government can expect another march to the provincial legislature tomorrow.
Bawusa pledges allegiance to ANC
Bawusa's Nosey Pieterse says he'd like to see the ANC unseat the DA in the Western Cape.
EFF: WC most unequal province in SA
The EFF is confident it can effectively tackle issues like crime and unemployment in the province.
De Jager ruling postponed
Murdered teen Charmaine Mare’s best friend on Tuesday said she is disappointed by the delay.
'De Jager deserves the death penalty'
Judgment against murder accused Johannes de Jager has been postponed to 29 April.
Mozambique drafts new anti-poaching law
If passed into law, convicted poachers could be sentenced to 12 years in prison and a R1m fine.
Dewani matter costing SA millions
Taxpayers continue to foot the bill for Shrien Dewani, even after paying millions for his extradition.
Shrien Dewani formally charged
Dewani has been charged with murder, kidnapping, robbery and obstructing the administration of justice.
Fedusa: Adult education workers confused
The federation says no government department wants to take responsibility for these workers.
'Anni was never a Dewani'
Uncle Ashok Hindocha says murdered Anni was technically not part of the Dewani family.