Bo-Kaap community approaches SCA to stop erection of 60-metre high building
The Bo-Kaap Civic and Ratepayers Association's Fowzia Achmat says they have been fighting against this development for years.
WC Environmental MEC studying ruling ordering halt to PHA development
A group of activists calling themselves the PHA Campaign took the provincial government to court to stop a proposed mixed use development on 500 hectares of the area.
Development of Philippi Horticultural Area on hold after court ruling
A group of activists, calling themselves the PHA Campaign, took the provincial government to court to stop a proposed mixed-use development on 500 hectares of the area.
San Souci slap teacher questions why charges reinstated by NPA
The Sans Souci Girls' High School teacher was in the dock early last year on an assault charge.
UWC accommodation crisis sees students sleeping in SRC offices
UWC's management hopes to place all qualifying students in residence by the end of the week.
San Souci teacher who slapped pupil facing assault charges again
She was in the dock early last year on an assault charge and later, the National Prosecuting Authority dropped it.
Cannabis industry high on news of commercialisation, regulation by govt
In his Sona, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced government is to open and regulate the commercial use of hemp products and build the industry in line with global trends.
SA manufacturing sector sees its 7th month of growth declines
Production in the sector plummeted by almost 6% year-on-year in December.
Sanco rejects latest court action against Transport Minister Mbalula
Lobby group Unite Behind is taking Mbalula to court over the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa)’s leadership crisis.
NSFAS pays out over R600m to settle students' historic debt
Last year, the scheme was allocated over R900 million to pay out to NSFAS-funded students who owed money to their universities.
All NSFAS applications processed ahead of academic year for 'first time ever'
Blade Nzimande said this helped make for a smoother registration process at most tertiary education institutions.
Hisense's Atlantis factory fully operational again after strike
Workers affiliated with the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) downed their tools last month demanding better pay.
'Hands off our judges': Archbishop Makgoba's appeal to Ramaphosa ahead of Sona
Without referencing any particular attacks Makgoba said he was hoping Ramaphosa would send a clear signal that attacks on judges have to stop.
Woman arrested for fatally stabbing boyfriend at University of Fort Hare
The man, a student at the University of Fort Hare, was killed on Saturday morning.
UWC hoping for smooth resumption of classes amid student protests
It's reopening was suspended last week due to protests.
Protesting UWC students damage campus property
The institution's academic programme has been suspended after the student representative council called for a suspension over a rash of grievances.
UWC student protest turns violent
UWC's Gasant Abarder said that there had been some damage to property.
EC police hunting man who defrauded Education Dept
A warrant for Owen James' arrest was issued in 2016 but officers have been unable to track him down.