WC's Winde again calls for level 1 lockdown, end to national state of disaster
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde said that it was not fair on small businesses, especially in the hospitality sector, to have restrictions in place for a day longer than they were required to protect the health system.
CATA, Codeta say they’ll suffer financially as lucrative route remains closed
Both CATA and Codeta were expecting another extension of the closure and both organisations said they were committed to concluding the arbitration process properly.
SA's youth vows court action if climate change is not addressed urgently
On Friday, a group of young people gathered at Parliament to call on government to act urgently.
CT youth demand SA government act quickly on climate change
Young people turned out in their numbers on a sunny Heritage Day afternoon to highlight the issue of climate change.
WC Transport MEC Mitchell extends closure of B97 taxi route
The route between Bellville and Mbekweni, in Paarl was closed in July after efforts to end taxi violence between taxi associations failed.
Ahead of Heritage Day, Capetonians highlight importance of SA's rich history
The country is celebrating Heritage Month to mark the nation’s diverse culture and heritage.
Justice department still recovering from ransomware attack
The department said priority had been given to services affecting the public directly such as beneficiary payments and ensuring that court proceedings continued as planned.
Signing into law of liquor bill won't change people’s drinking habits - group
The Southern African Alcohol Policy Alliance director Maurice Smithers on Tuesday said the Bill was more product-orientated.
Dirco: UK's Beta variant excuse for SA's red listing 'defies logic'
Dirco spokesperson Clayson Monyela said they were disappointed by the UK's move to keep South Africa on its red list.
Sisulu: SA still on UK red travel list over COVID Beta variant concerns
Scientists said that the Beta variant was not a problem in South Africa anymore.
Tourism SA: We want to reimagine how sector can help improve Africa
The current state of tourism on the continent and issues facing the sector are being discussed at Africa’s first-ever Travel and Tourism Summit.
Anti-Gang Unit officer Charl Kinnear remembered a year after being killed
Over the weekend, relatives and friends attended a memorial lecture to honour the policeman, a year after he was gunned down outside his Bishop Lavis home.
Abalone worth nearly R2m confiscated in Brackenfell, two men arrested
Police were busy with patrols on Sunday when they spotted a double cab Ford Ranger and people loading boxes onto a truck.
IEC in WC ready declares itself ready for voter registration weekend
The electoral commission said that the Western Cape had 1,577 registration stations that would be open on Saturday and Sunday from 8am in the morning until 5pm in the evening.
IEC hoping more young people will register to vote this weekend
The IEC's Michael Hendrickse warned eligible voters will only be allowed to cast their ballots on 1 November if they are registered by the end of this weekend.
Langa township going through aftershock effects of the pandemic
Cape Town's oldest township has worked hard over the years to promote the area and its people but took a knock during the pandemic.
WC's oldest township, Langa, hopes to recoup economic gains with move to level 2
Cape Town Tourism was in Langa on Thursday highlighting the exciting activities and experiences that the township had to offer.
166 more people succumbed to COVID-19 in SA as toll reaches 85,468
The National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) said 4,667 new cases had been recorded countrywide.