'Water restrictions can only be lowered if dams are over 80% full'
Collective average dam levels for the city are now rippling at just above 50%.
263 land invasions recorded in WC since start of 2018
DA Chief Whip in the Western Cape Legislature Mark Wiley says the majority of these protests are being orchestrated by individuals and groups with the clear aim of destabilising the province.
‘Prices keep going up, but salaries aren't increasing'
The fuel hike is just one of the many increases that consumers face, municipal rates have gone up and food will eventually increase in the coming months.
ANC welcomes appointment of Lennit Max as Cele’s advisor
Max gave up his seat in the Western Cape legislature but remains a member of the DA, something which has irked the party.
DA tells Lennit Max to resign following new role
DA provincial leader Bonginkosi Madikizela has urged Lennit Max to walk away from the DA.
Woman killed in Hout Bay shack fire
The City of Cape Town’s fire and rescue services says 10 to 15 informal structures have burnt down.
Lennit Max promises to dedicate all his time, energy to new role
New special advisor to Police Minister Bheki Cele, Lennit Max, says he remains committed to pushing back crime, especially those related to gang violence.
Competition Commission to lay charges against ferry companies in CT
The Competition Commission says it will lay criminal charges against two companies that ferry passengers from the V&A Waterfront to Robben Island.
Competition Commission welcomes fines for vessel companies over price fixing
The companies were found guilty of price fixing after the commission received a complaint from the Robben Island Museum.
Severe cold, snow expected in WC this weekend
The provincial disaster management centre has urged residents to contact their nearest municipal office should an emergency occur.
CT water restrictions to remain in place despite rise in dam levels
The City of Cape Town says level 6B water restrictions have helped cut water usage.
Day Zero in Cape Town pushed back to 2020
The City of Cape Town says there's no longer a threat of the taps running dry in 2019.
Permanent desalination plants will benefit CT in long run, says expert
There are currently three temporary desalination plants in Cape Town.
Collaborative effort needed to deal with WC drought
This was according to experts at the Water Institute of Southern Africa (WISA) Conference in Cape Town.
Vrygrond residents to continue protesting until demands met
Members of the Vrygrond community took their grievances to City Hall, saying that they desperately need a new high school and clinic in the area.
WC Transport urges youth to consider careers at sea
As the world celebrates World Seafarer Day, the department urged young people to explore career opportunities in the maritime sector.
Vrygrond residents demand houses, services
Community members say they will continue to picket until the mayor accept their memorandum.
Scuffles, traffic chaos mar Uber, Taxify drivers’ protest in CT
Dozens of drivers staged a demonstration, driving along the Main Road from Cape Town Stadium to the city centre on Tuesday morning.