Ilze-Marie Le Roux
Bird flu outbreak to affect egg supply, prices
The South African Poultry Association says that retailers may already be struggling with supply.
WC farmer stabbed in robbery incident
On Monday afternoon two suspects overpowered Wilhelm van der Merwe, stabbing him several times.
CT cop arrested after his service pistol used in armed robbery
Officials nabbed a suspect shortly after the incident on Monday morning.
Sarb: Risks too high for repo rate cut
Deputy Governor Kuben Naidoo believes that the key to kick-starting the economy is confidence.
Plato: Hangberg residents remain unhappy over proposed fishing quotas
Last month, fishermen clashed with authorities in violent protests.
Sarb takes wait-and-see approach to cryptocurrencies
Deputy governor Kuben Naidoo touched on the subject at the Monetary Policy Forum in Cape Town on Tuesday night.
CT cop to appear in court after his firearm used in robbery
The gun was linked to a police officer who had told Delft police, that same afternoon, that his service pistol was stolen during a house robbery.
CT ANC lodges criminal complaint against De Lille over home renovations
The party wants the police to investigate allegations that De Lille used public money to renovate her home in 2016-17.
Metrorail commuters urged to protect infrastructure
Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi was in Cape Town on Monday where he inspected the N1 upgrade project and the Cape Town train station.
R9bn allocated for WC rail system upgrades
Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi spent the day visiting sites around Cape Town, including at the N1 upgrade project and the Cape Town train station.
No injuries reported as trailers catch fire near Diep River factory
Two truck trailers reportedly burst into flames on the premises of plastics factory Polyoak.
Depression costs SA over R200 billion a year - study
Chairperson of the Psychiatry Management Group Sebolelo Seape says it is time for employers to realise the role they must play in addressing the mental illness.
NMU attack suspect found in possession of stolen computer
Two students were attacked at the university's Port Elizabeth campus earlier this week.
Vodacom govt contracts ‘may contravene’ Competition Act
On Thursday, the Competition Commission announced it is investigating the network.
Second day of protests at NMU
The protest was sparked after a student was raped at a computer lab at the institution in Port Elizabeth on Monday.
Manenberg Clinic staff left traumatised following gang-related shooting
Earlier this week, a man died after he was caught in gang crossfire while on his way to the clinic.
Wesgro makes R17 billion contribution to WC economy
Wesgro CEO Tim Harris says the agency has 'outperformed' in 2016-17 financial year, amid a harsh economic climate.
Wesgro re-evaluating relationship with KPMG
The Western Cape trade and tourism promotion agency says an announcement on their relationship with KPMG will be made in the next few days.