Parents claim learners turned away at Klapmuts school over language
Parents were upset because when they arrived at the school on the first day on Wednesday, they were told that English was not the medium of instruction and their children were not accepted.
WCED looking into school transportation concerns in Beaufort West
The community took to the streets on Thursday after learner transport contracts had been cancelled.
Don't sweat it: Hot cup of Rooibos tea will cool you down
The South African Rooibos Council said that studies found that a hot drink on a summer day lowered the amount of heat stored by the body, provided that the sweat produced by the hot beverage could evaporate.
WC Education Dept working to place learners
She says pupil enrolment in the province has been growing at an average of 18,000 learners per year which is making provisioning difficult.
First day of school in WC went well - Schäfer
While thousands of learners started and returned to school on Wednesday, there were still pupils who had not been placed.
Bergville Primary School kicks off the academic year with a protest
Principal Aleem Abrahams, his teachers and parents have had enough of violence, substance abuse and poor school infrastructure.
WCED ready to welcome new and returning learners for 2020 academic year
More than 1.1 million learners start or return to schools in the province on Wednesday.
Foreign nationals give own timeframe to leave CT church
The hundreds of men, women and children have been occupying the Methodist Chapel off Greenmarket Square since October after they were forcefully removed from outside the UN Refugee Agency Offices.
DA to approach Public Protector over damage to rail infrastructure
The DA's Daylin Mitchell says the ombudsman is investigating the police's inability to identify perpetrators and make arrests after waves of arson and vandalism attacks.
CT forum calls for permanent solution from govt over school placement issues
Provincial spokesperson Bronagh Hammond said an additional 109 mobile classrooms were placed in areas where there was a high demand.
WCED officials working hard to place pupils ahead of new academic year
With only two days before thousands of learners start or return to school, there were still children who had not been placed.
Swellendam father allegedly stabs 16-month-old to death
Police suspect baby Alime Mbasha was stabbed to death by her father following a dispute with her mother.
CT foreign nationals' leader JP Balous granted R2,000 bail
JP Balous is out on bail after he was arrested last week for assault and robbery, with conditions that stipulate that he is not allowed in the Cape Town CBD.
SAHRC: Law must take its course in matter of foreign nationals in CT
The group of foreign nationals is adamant it wants to leave South Africa but authorities have repeatedly informed them that isn't an option. Instead, they've tried to persuade them that reintegration is the alternative.
SAHRC hopes foreign nationals living in CT chapel will return to communities
Hundreds of men, women and children have been living in the church off Green Market Square since they were removed from outside the UN Refugee Agency offices in October.
Leader of foreign nationals released on bail, banned from CT CBD
Papy Sukami was arrested last week for robbery and assault. He appeared in a Cape Town court on Thursday.
Christel House matriculants proud of their achievements
The school received a 90.2% matric pass rate.
NPO school Christel House celebrates 90.2% matric pass rate
The Western Cape matric pass rate increased to 82.3% and nationally it's at 81.3%, the highest since 1994.