Another delay as 108 District Six claimants are due to move into new homes
The District Six working committee on Monday said government informed them that the handing over of the homes would now be at the end of May and not this month as previously planned.
Police hunt two suspects after Gqeberha tavern shooting
According to police, allegedly two males arrived at the tavern on Saturday evening after 8 pm and they opened fire.
Ipid report on cops who used water canon on WC Sassa applicants due
The Western Cape Community Safety Department said it’s awaiting Ipid's report on the police deployment that led to the use of a water canon on Sassa grants applicants.
Mitchells Plain NPO determined to bring sport back to local schools, communities
Unchain the Plain founding member, Mark Striker, said that gangsterism had crippled many communities and that more needed to be done to protect children.
March for Hope: Over 100 people march to Parly over GBV, crime
People came from across the province to march against gender-based violence, crime and corruption.
Winde: Current state of WC's public transport preventing economy from growing
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde said that a single transport authority was needed.
Artists just as important as doctors & teachers - Artscape CEO Le Roux
Artscape Theatre CEO, Dr Marlene le Roux, said that artists were just as important as essential workers and that they needed support from the public now more than ever.
CT central line to be fully operational by end of year - Prasa's Ramatlakane
Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) board chairperson Leonard Ramatlakane said that it was critical to get trains running again on the line.
WC farmers get boost after drone project added to Agri Dept's budget
The agriculture sector in the province has been a star performer economically, with bumper harvests in the past year.
Cape gang violence back in the spotlight after Mfuleni fatal shootings
The shooting started on Sunday afternoon when four gunmen took out three men in Mfuleni.
Six people shot and killed in separate Mfuleni shootings
The first attack occurred on Sunday afternoon when four gunmen opened fire killing three men.
No major side-effects picked up with J&J vaccine, says Sahpra
The South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (Sahpra) has assured the country that it was working around the clock with COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers.
SA skateboarding king Johannes looking to add to 6 world records
A pro skateboarder, the South African with the most international skateboarding wins and the holder of 6 world records, Jean Marc Johannes is nothing short of a phenomenon.
The COVID-19 infodemic: A year later and fake news is still spreading
COVID-19-related conspiracy theories about 5G network towers, contaminated test kits, immune boosters and vaccine hesitancy
are undermining trust and fuelling unnecessary panic.
NAC COVID funding: R90 mn shortfall, pleas for more money yet artists cry foul
The National Arts Council told the sector last month that it had to renege on contracts with about 600 approved applicants for the R300 million relief fund because there wasn't enough money.
National Arts Council denies COVID-19 relief funds have gone missing
Applicants and beneficiaries of the Presidential Empowerment Stimulus Programme have criticised the council for slow payments while members of the arts and culture sector have also claimed that there was corruption within the National Arts Council.
9 people arrested in connection with Cape Town protests
There were demonstrations along major routes in and around various areas including Kraaifontein, Khayelitsha, Delft, Belhar and Kuilsriver.
AU plans to vaccinate 60% of its citizens by the end of the year
The latest data on the AU CDC portal shows almost 95,000 people have passed away in Africa after contracting the coronavirus.