CoCT says health & safety by-laws breached by foreign nationals living at church
The municipality approached the Western Cape High Court about the matter and presented arguments on Tuesday.
Union questions role of Rapid Rail Unit after latest CT train arson attack
The United National Transport Union (Untu)'s Sonja Castens said the Rapid Rail Unit might as well close because the more than 3,000 members were not doing their jobs properly.
Court action could impact future of foreign nationals living in CT church
Hundreds of men, women and children have been living in and around the Methodist chapel off Green Market Square since October after they were removed from outside the UN Refugee Agency offices.
No new trains for Cape Town until security improved, says Metrorail
In the latest incident over the weekend, six carriages were destroyed when a train caught alight on the Monte Vista line.
Same-sex couple starts awareness campaign after wedding venue snub
Megan Watling and Sasha-Lee Heekes launched the Same Love Campaign this week after Beloftebos wedding venue rejected their request to hire the venue.
Strandfontein Ratepayers angered by 'preferential treatment' of film crews
The Strandfontein Ratepayers and Residents Association is angered over bylaws which seem to apply to residents but not to the film industry.
Lesbian couple turns to court after WC venue refuses to host their wedding
The owners of Beloftebos Wedding Venue in Stanford have refused to host Megan Watling and Sasha-Lee Heekes' wedding, citing their religious beliefs.
After venue refuses to host wedding, same-sex couple heads to CT court
The owners of Belotebos Wedding Venue said they rejected the couple’s request because of their religious beliefs.
CoCT determined to catch gum tree poisoners
Earlier this month, the city's horticulturalists carried out a site inspection in Kenilworth and confirmed that a gum tree that is between 75 and 100-years-old had been poisoned.
Repair work begins at vandalised Mitchells Plain school after protest
Parents of Alpine Primary School learners on Wednesday morning held a demonstration at the school, burning tyres and picketing.
Mitchells Plain’s Alpine Primary School targeted by burglars again
Angry parents demanded urgent repairs be done so that schooling could continue. Some parents kept their children out of class.
Dept offers an alternative to Klapmuts Primary, parents refuse it
Earlier this week, parents staged a sit-in followed by a meeting with the school after demanding their children be placed at this specific school.
WCED: Klapmuts Primary School at capacity and can't accommodate more pupils
Parents are demanding that their children be placed and have complained that pupils were turned away because they did not speak Afrikaans.
Suspect questioned over kidnapping of Khayelitsha baby Kwahlelo Tiwane
Kwahlelo Tiwane was kidnapped last week in Parow.
SAHRC to investigate after CT venue refuses to host gay wedding
Management at Beloftebos Wedding Venue told Megan Watling and Sasha-Lee Heekes it wouldn't host their special day next year because of their sexual orientation.
Same-sex couple turns to SAHRC after venue refuses to host their wedding
Beloftebos Wedding Venue argued that their decision to not host same-sex weddings based on their religious convictions did not automatically amount to unfair discrimination and that no court had found this to be the case.
Calvinia community takes stand against drugs
On Sunday night, a fairly large group of residents marched to several drug dens in the town with police, demanding that the drug dealers leave the area.
Klapmuts parents, school meet over learner placements
Last week, on the first day of school, parents went to the school demanding their children be placed. They complained that learners were turned away because they did not speak Afrikaans.