EC mother, toddler (3) die in fire
The details around the tragedy are still unclear but it’s understood the mother tried to rescue her daughter from the burning house.
MPs condemn attack on Hermanus policeman
The officer was attacked by a group of protesters on Thursday night. He sustained serious injuries.
Water Dept to meet WC authorities over relaxing water restrictions
Level 6B water restrictions are currently in place, where citizens are required to use 50 litres of water per day.
Policeman critical after axe attack in Zwelihle
Hermanus CPF says the incident occurred shortly after 7pm on Thursday night.
CT warns of Clifton sewage spill, toxic substance in Sea Point storm water
The City of Cape Town says it is investigating the discharge of a toxic substance into the stormwater system in Sea Point.
2 shot, wounded in Bonteheuwel shooting
Ward councillor Angus McKenzie believes the latest incident is gang-related.
Thousands lend helping hand on #MandelaDay
From big corporations to residents, most people are remembering the legacy of former president Nelson Mandela.
Protesters erect shack outside WC Premier Helen Zille’s residence
The protesters have told Eyewitness News nothing is being done in their communities.
No new offer, strike ongoing in footwear industry
More than 10,000 workers have been taking part in a nationwide strike since last week Monday.
Steenberg police investigate after man (18) shot dead
Police spokesperson Wesley Twigg says police are investigating a case of murder.
First solar-powered desalination plant launched in WC
The R9 million solar-powered desalination plant is expected to go online by the end of September.
Post Office hasn't shut down completely, says CEO Mark Barnes
The South African Post Office says that it will continue to meet with workers to find a solution to end the national strike.
19 arrested for violent protests in Hermanus
Demonstrations again erupted in the Overberg town last week. Protesters were demanding the release of fellow community members who'd been detained during an initial protest.
DWS to review NMB, CT water restrictions in September
The two cities have implemented water restrictions to lower consumption during the drought crisis in the Cape region.
No end in sight to Sactwu strike
Sactwu Secretary General Andre Kriel says 99% of its factories have been shut down.
Dam levels in EC & NC continue to drop
Earlier this year the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs lifted the drought disaster in the two provinces.
Sactwu vows members will continue strike until demands met
Sactwu secretary-general Andre Kriel says that 99% of its shoe factories have shut down.
Inquiry into Doron Isaacs set for later this month
Several women have accused the former treasurer of Equal EducationI of sexual harassment.