Popcru: Police budget cuts will hinder ability to provide visible policing
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni this week revealed that the police department's budget would be cut by almost R1.2 billion to help fund the R10.5 billion rand allocation for SAA's business rescue plan.
Police still searching for gunman who shot and killed Khayelitsha officer
The off-duty official and two friends were sitting in a vehicle in Samora Machel on Wednesday night when they were attacked.
DA demands apology from Mboweni over racial Tygerberg Hospital comment
The minister made the remark during his Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) on Wednesday.
DA to lay charges with Parly Ethics Committee over Mboweni's Tygerberg comment
The minister was speaking about support for new hospitals during his during his Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement, when he said that Tygerberg Hospital still had a black and white section and that structurally it was still there.
CoCT's bill for vandalised infrastructure close to R17m
Mayoral committee member, Zahid Badroodien, said that a number of facilities had been vandalised during protests and land invasions amounting to estimated losses of more than R10 million.
Off-duty police constable (29) shot and killed in Samora Machel
According to police, the officer and his two friends were sitting in a vehicle when they were attacked.
Housing activists awaiting decision on Rondebosch Golf Course lease renewal
Last week, the Cape Town mayoral committee granted an in-principle approval and the matter was on the agenda at a Cape Town council meeting on Thursday.
Health MEC blasts Mboweni for Tygerberg Hospital 'racially segregated' claim
MEC Nomafrench Mbombo said Tygerberg Hospital and staff who work there served the whole community and province.
100% tax increase on tobacco products will kill industry - SATTA
The SA Tobacco Transformation Alliance said the industry was bleeding as a result of the COVID-19 lockdown, which saw a ban on the sale of all tobacco products for months.
More victims of suspected Wolseley serial killer might be found - Police
Last weekend, three bodies were found in a local informal settlement in Wolseley
2 men arrested in connection with triple murder in Delft
Three men were gunned down in a shack on Tuesday.
Is there a serial killer stalking Wolseley?
Three bodies were discovered at the weekend in a local informal settlement in the Western Cape.
Suspect arrested after he's seen dragging woman's body in Wolseley
Following that discovery, officers were again called out to a shallow grave on Sunday where the body of another woman had been hastily buried.
Court set to hear application to block relocation of Kataza the baboon
City of Cape Town said it would be opposing the application to review a decision to move the primate - known as Kataza - from the Slangkop Troop to Tokai.
Concerned CT resident turns to court to block relocation of Kataza the baboon
Ryno Engelbrecht has taken the City of Cape Town to court over the matter, but the municipality maintains the move was in the best interest of Kataza.
Fort Hare Uni strengthens measures after 33 COVID-19 cases recorded in a week
The university said it established a COVID-19 investigation team and had tested 422 students by Saturday.
Brown locust outbreak hits Chris Hani, Sarah Baartman districts in EC
One hundred and twenty-seven farms have been affected in Middelburg Cape, Graaff-Reinet, Aberdeen, Cradock, Nieuethesda, Pearston and Jansenville.
Over 21k jobs lost in wine industry amid pandemic
For 14 weeks the industry could not sell wine locally and there was a ban on exports for about five weeks.