Prasa, govt vow to respond to protesters' demands to improve public transport
Hundreds of workers from various industries marched to the Cape Town train station and Parliament on Thursday.
Plan in place to deal with future droughts, says City of Cape Town
The City of Cape Town's Michael Webster said that the drought was a wake-up call during which many lessons were learnt and a water strategy was developed.
Process to document refugees occupying public space in CT under way
On Wednesday, 15 families were transported from the Methodist Chapel on Green Market Square to a venue in Salt River where the Department of Home Affairs officials could verify their identities and nationalities.
CT foreign nationals set to be moved from CBD for verification process
On Tuesday, some refugees packed up and were ready to leave but the operation was suspended.
Transfer of refugees from around CT church to new venue put on hold
The City of Cape Town planned to move them on Tuesday as per a court order granted on Monday, but that has been delayed.
Representative for CT foreign nationals not suprised by court order
The court has ordered foreigners living outside the church off Greenmarket Square to refrain from making fires and urinating on pavements, as well as to stop intimidating and threatening city officials around the church.
City of CT: Steps taken to resolve issues with foreign nations around church
On Monday, the Western Cape High Court granted an interim order, which allows the city to enforce by-laws.
CoCT granted interim order to remove foreign nationals from church
The court said that the City of Cape Town had seven days until it could enforce its by-laws against foreign nationals living around the church.
Cape Town dazzled by dashing Tunzi
Tunzi hails from the Eastern Cape, and studied public relations management at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology.
GALLERY: Selfies and screams as Zozibini Tunzi graces Cape Town
Capetonians have on Friday welcomed Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi to celebrate her triumph on the world stage.
Cape Town welcomes Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi
Tunzi is touring parts of the country to celebrate her being crowned Miss Universe 2019.
Ramaphosa expected to announce measures to tackle youth unemployment
President Ramaphosa said that the high youth unemployment rate was unacceptable.
CT rally demands to see individuals implicated in state capture jailed
People from all over Cape Town attended the rally yesterday, calling on government to make 2020 the 'year of orange overalls'.
Ramaphosa promises more jobs for young people at pre-Sona event
He was speaking at a National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) event in Cape Town ahead of his State of the Nation Address on Thursday evening.
Ramaphosa to meet with youth ahead of Sona
The event at the Cape Town International Convention Centre is being hosted by the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA).
Mandela laid foundation for democratic South Africa - Ramaphosa
The president addressed a gathering in Cape Town on the 30th anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s release from prison.
Ramaphosa urges youth to follow in footsteps of Madiba, freedom fighters
Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first black president, was freed on 11 February 1990 after 27 years in prison for his liberation fight.
Ngwenya: DA leadership race important for new ideas to emerge
Western Cape DA leader Bonginkosi Madikizela on Monday announced that he would not to run for the position of national leader.