WC govt. saving R500k a year with solar panels
Helen Zille says the premier's department is set to save R500,000 per annum in electricity costs, following the installation of solar panels on its buildings in Cape Town.
CT water crisis: Influx of tourists won’t cripple supply
Mayor Patricia de Lille says the upcoming peak tourism season should not have a devastating impact on water-saving initiatives.
Airbnb, City of CT ink collaboration deal
Under the agreement, the online hospitality service will promote the Mother City abroad.
Drought could cost agriculture sector R4.9 billion - WC MEC
MEC Alan Winde says various issues are affecting the sector including dwindling water resources and Avian influenza.
Study: Obesity costs SA economy R701 billion each year
Portion control has been named one of the key factors when it comes to obesity, after the release of the Discovery Vitality OBEcity Index
CPUT campuses to reopen on Wednesday
All campuses were shut this week following violent protests at a residence near the Cape Town campus.
Tip-off leads to arrest of two for copper theft in CT
It’s understood the men tried to sell copper cable valued at R6,000 to a scrap metal dealer.
MJC concerned about backlog at WC pathology labs
Bodies are not being released from mortuaries in time for Islam's customary 24-hour burial procedure.
Umalusi pleased with matric exam preparations, readiness
CEO Mafu Rakometsi, however, says a few irregularities were identified during inspections.
WC records decline in police reservists
A parliamentary reply from the Police Ministry also confirms that number has gone down to 829 in 2017.
All CPUT campuses to remain closed
Earlier this week, students protested at a Cape Town residence. They're unhappy with disciplinary action taken against four fellow students.
70 firearms from WC police lost or stolen over last 20 months
Earlier this year, the Safer Cities report revealed access to illegal firearms was one of the main factors driving violence in the province.
WC Education Dept gears up for matric exams
This year close to 62,000 full-time candidates and just under 14,000 part-time candidates have registered for the national senior certificate in the Western Cape.
Ehrenreich: City of CT is playing politics with our people’s lives
Cosatu’s Tony Ehrenreich says that the City of Cape Town's proposal to take over train services is nothing more but a political ploy.
Cape Chamber of Commerce: Metrorail in desperate need of help
The City of Cape Town is intent on taking over the management of the city's embattled passenger rail service.
WC matric exam papers kept in ‘closely controlled’ vault
Earlier on Tuesday, Eyewitness News visited the vault where the question papers are sealed and kept under strict security.
Concerns raised around taking over CT commuter rail system
The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the City of Cape Town are concerned the suburban rail system is close to collapse.
World Mental Health Day brings workers’ wellbeing into focus
Colinda Linde of the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (Sadag) says workers shouldn't hesitate in seeking help.