Dutch team wins solar-powered car race
Eleven solar powered cars competed the biennial race from Pretoria to Cape Town.
CPUT students to meet to draft memorandum of demands
Students say they have to discuss their concerns and needs before they approach management.
City of CT curbs shooting incidents with ShotSpotter tech
ShotSpotter technology has resulted in a significant reduction in gunshots recorded in crime hotspots.
Rhodes University students vow to continue with protests
SRC Secretary General Happiness Rasebale says students are angered by the latest turn of events.
CT cop allegedly rapes woman in custody
The woman was arrested for assault.
UL students to continue protests until demands met
Police are on high alert following overnight running battles between officers and students.
CT cableway strike won't affect operations - management
TMACC management says they are still awaiting a response from the union on their improved offer.
Mantashe pleads with ANC veterans to stop bad-mouthing ruling party
Gwede Mantashe says people who have issues with ANC leaders should take it up with them individually.
‘Destructive student protests cannot be allowed to continue’
Mantashe says the fact that over 800,000 black students are currently in SA universities is a success.
Table Mountain Cableway workers to go on strike tomorrow
Trade union Saccawu says workers are demanding a 15 percent wage increase.
CAA concerned over air travel implications at SKA site
The authority says the establishment of a protected area at the SKA project could have implications.
Govt working to find solution to fees crisis - minister
A number of campuses across the country have been shut down as student protests continue.
FIA World Rallycross Championships comes to SA
Killarney International Raceway in Cape Town is set to play host to a round of the event next year.
UCT to continue negotiations with protesting students
The university has suspended its classes for the week as it seeks to resolve the students' issues.
UCT: Suspension of classes follows consultations with senior management
The university has been gripped in Fees Must Fall related student protests over the past week.
Next step not clear for Sanral
Yesterday, the court ruled in favour of CT officials against the Cape Winelands tolling project.
‘CT tolls would put financial pressure on lower income residents’
The Supreme Court of Appeal dismissed Sanral's appeal to proceed with the Cape Winelands tolling project.
City of CT hopes Sanral will cooperate after toll project ruling
Sanral has lost an appeal over the right to toll parts of the N2 and N1 in the Western Cape.