‘Use water sparingly’: Capetonians warned power cuts could impact water supply
The City said load shedding of this severity would likely constrain its ability to provide water supply in the reticulation system across Cape Town.
15 beaches in the Cape where lost children will easily be reunited with parents
The tag system will be implemented at 15 beaches to help reunite lost children on priority beach days.
Fire crews contain mountain blaze in Camps Bay
The City of Cape Town’s fire services, Working on Fire and Table Mountain National Parks were deployed to Lower Kloof Road.
Joubert, accused of killing sangoma Anele Hoyana, had pending robbery case
NPA spokesperson Phaladi Shuping said Fritz Joubert was charged following an altercation with a man at a food outlet.
Public sends well wishes to Desmond Tutu in hospital
Nearly a month after greeting the World Cup-winning Springboks during their Cape Town victory parade, Desmond Tutu's health has again landed him in hospital.
Emeritus Desmond Tutu admitted to hospital for ‘stubborn infection’
His wife, Leah Tutu, said he's being treated for a stubborn infection.
Joubert, suspected of killing sangoma Anele Hoyana, was not a farmer: Agri EC
Anele Hoyana was killed on Geluksdal Farm in Gonubie, in East London, over the weekend allegedly at the hands of Fritz Joubert, who was initially thought to have been a farmer.
Water Minister Sisulu's plans for some of SA's severe drought areas
Last week, the minister launched the master plan, to ensure the security of water supply.
Foreign nationals living in CT church served with court papers
About 500 people - men, women and children - have been occupying the Cape Town Central Methodist Church since the end of October.
Ipid joins investigation into murders of EC farmer, sangoma
Anele Hoyana was killed on Geluksdal farm in Gonubie on Saturday.
Metrorail works to get 43 trains back on the network after fire
Metrorail says the number of sets has dropped because rail infrastructure is being vandalized and destroyed, and assets stolen.
'Something sinister is going on': Mbalula blames CT train attacks on saboteurs
In the latest incident, 18 carriages were gutted in a fire early on Thursday morning at Cape Town station. The entire rail facility had to be shut down for several hours.
4 suspects 'positively identified' after Cape Town trains arson, says Mbalula
The minister said the suspects were caught on CCTV cameras.
Mbalula visits Cape Town train station after 18 carriages torched
The latest fire led to the temporary closure of the station, which was only ever been completely shut down once in the past 20 years.
Foreign nationals in CT say they’ll walk to Botswana or Namibia next week
Refugee leader JP Balous said their plan to pack up and walk to the nearest border this week was delayed because four of their children drowned at a Sea Point Beach on Sunday.
EC residents desperate plea to govt: ‘People are fighting over water, help us’
People in Eastern Cape areas - like Graaff Reinet, Amathole and Makhanda - who are worst affected by the drought have blamed the government for their situation.
This is our last week in SA, say foreigners who plan to walk to nearest border
The group has been living at the Methodist chapel for several weeks after being removed from outside the UN Refugee Agency offices.
Search continues for young swimmers presumed to have drowned at Sea Point
The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) is trying to find three others who are still missing at sea.