Fire couldn't have started in front section of Reshall Jimmy's car, says expert
A judicial inquest is under way to determine what caused the blaze in which Reshall Jimmy died in December 2015.
Kuga fire death inquest: No evidence of wiring, component failure, says expert
US-based engineer John Loud began testifying in the Western Cape High Court on Monday, on his investigation into the cause of the vehicle fire that claimed Reshall Jimmy’s life in 2015.
Electronics expert testifies in fatal Ford Kuga case
Reshall Jimmy died after his Ford Kuga SUV caught fire in the Southern Cape in December 2015.
Judicial inquest into death of Ford Kuga owner resumes
Reshall Jimmy died after the vehicle he was travelling in, burst into flames while he was holidaying in the Southern Cape in December 2015.
Targeting minorities helped grow our support - FF Plus
The pro-Afrikaans party got around 2.7% of the vote this year compared to just over 1% in 2014.
ANC retains NC but with reduced majority
With all the votes counted and captured, the ANC has managed to win 57% of the vote.
ANC leads race for Northern Cape by large margin
By Thursday night, the African National Congress was leading the pack with just under 60% of the vote, compared to the Democratic Alliance (DA) who had about 25%.
Polling station in Strand still to process thousands of voters before 9pm
The venue was identified as an alternative after residents evicted for illegally occupying land last month were moved to the local community hall originally earmarked as a voting station.
Ramaphosa: ANC won't disappoint those who vote for party
Ramaphosa promised that African National Congress (ANC) members responsible for state capture or found guilty of corruption would not be part of his Cabinet or Parliament.
IEC holding regular meetings with SAPS over election security
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) in the Western Cape has reiterated that everything is in place for Wednesday’s elections.
SA elections 2019: Make sure you’re home for special voting today
More than 65,000 eligible voters in the Cape, who are unable to make their mark on Wednesday can do so on Monday and Tuesday.
Maimane: DA the best alternative to govern nationally
Maimane visited Mitchells Plain in Cape Town on Sunday to provide an overview of the party's election campaign ahead of national and provincial elections this week.
Gun Owners SA urges parties to include them in firearm policy
The organisation's chairman, Paul Oxley, says they've received responses from seven political parties on gun ownership.
Shiraaz Mohamed’s captors request $1.5m ransom
Earlier this year, NGO Gift of the Givers received proof that Mohamed who was abducted in Syria in January 2017 was still alive.
CT taxi drivers barricade roads demanding operating licenses
Acting chairman of the Central Unity Taxi Association, Sabelo Nyama, claimed they are being targeted for operating without permits but added the city had been dragging its feet in issuing them with the documents.
ANC turned NC into headquarters of corruption, says EFF
EFF provincial secretary Shadrack Tlhaole said alleged corruption within some government departments was the main reason why more job opportunities cannot be created.
Education Dept impressed with number of matrics writing mid-year exam
These exams, which started on Thursday, replaced the February and May senior certificate exams.
Ipid probes death of suspect in police custody
The 28-year-old was arrested earlier this week. He allegedly took his own life.