Political parties debate Winde’s Sopa
Parties are debating the address in the provincial legislature that is sitting in Mitchell’s Plain.
Winde: CT law enforcement officers to work under WC police commissioner
Winde made the announcement during the State of the Province address on Thursday.
Same old, same old: Opposition parties in WC not impressed with Winde's Sopa
Opposition parties said that Western Cape Premier Alan Winde’s State of the Province Address (Sopa) was a repeat of last year's.
Winde announces plan to deal with load shedding in WC
It involves more rooftop solar panels on government buildings, the rollout of solar panel technology across the province, helping municipalities buy electricity from independent power producers and importing natural gas.
Safety, jobs and renewable energy expected to dominate Winde's Sopa
For the first time, the event is taking place in Mitchells Plain.
Unemployment, climate change adding to SA's economic risks, says IRM
While the risks are known, the response to it has been poor, the Institute of Risk Management South Africa said.
'I'm out of here': Zille goes private on Twitter
Democratic Alliance federal council chairperson Helen Zille described Twitter as an evil platform that could find no effective way of filtering out fake accounts and dealing with hate speech.
Steenhuisen: Key people in DA believe I can get party back on track
John Steenhuisen launched his leadership campaign in Cape Town on Saturday.
Opposition parties weigh in on Ramaphosa’s plan to fix struggling municipalities
The president used part of that speech to address the state of the nation's towns.
DA ready for fightback from George Mayor Melvin Naik over removal
Naik was implicated in a report that found he had been involved in corrupt activities.
DA claims Western Cape residents reject NHI
The party said there were still too many unanswered questions around NHI.
Melvin Naik’s DA career is all but over
Naik reportedly got more than R600,000 in kickbacks from a waste tender.
Beaufort West parents unhappy with WCED move to cancel school transport service
Last month, violent protests erupted in the area following the department’s decision.
WC ANC: Former model C school must take 6,000 unplaced pupils
The party argued that these schools had better resources and could accommodate learners without a school.
Good party rejects DA proposal to increase WC legislature seats
The party’s Brett Herron labelled the DA proposal, supported in principle by the ANC, as ‘immoral and ludicrous’.
NHI hearings to start in Gauteng tomorrow
Committee chairperson Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo says while they have attended several public hearings, a decision will be made to benefit of the country.
Still no progress in getting MyCiTi N2 Express service restored
The bus service provided transport for mainly residents in Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain into the city centre and back, but came to an end in May 2019.
DA’s George Mayor Melvin Naik must give reasons why he shouldn’t be fired
Naik has been at the centre of a forensic probe that found several irregularities and corrupt transactions at the municipality.