Cyclist Goldy Fuchs aims for gold at Rio Paralympics
Eighteen athletes from the Western Cape jetted off to compete in Brazil yesterday.
Bullying victim's mom calls for more protection
The mother of a pupil who was bullied at a Cape school says more needs to be done to protect learners.
18 Western Cape Paralympians depart for Rio
A cheerful crowd gathered at the CT International Airport to wish the athletes goodbye.
Bromwell Street residents plea for help over evictions
The residents say developers should at least help them find alternative accommodation in Cape Town.
WC teen dies after being electrocuted at False Bay train station
Daniel Amann was out on a photoshoot when the accident happened in the early hours of Saturday morning.
DA slams university fees commission
The DA’s Belinda Bozzoli says the commission is problematic as no one in it has experience of universities.
From Maties to thermosphere: Nanosatellite to be launched
The university has developed a nanosatellite which will be launched from the international space station.
Cape students get a taste of drone racing
Drone racing technology was one of the featured activities at the second Annual Mini Maker Faire.
5 die, 27 arrested on Western Cape roads
Traffic officials screened at least 1,829 motorists on suspension of drunk driving.
Woodstock residents dig in over evictions
Bromwell Street residents were served with eviction notices have until 9 September to vacate their homes.
Saps records significant drop in farm murders
Deputy National Commissioner Fannie Masemola told MPs that officers were working to prevent farm attacks.
Experts warn of sharp medical aid premiums hikes
They say a key factor in the sharp hike is an increase in the number of hospital admissions.
‘University councils should determine fee increase’
Professor Jansen has warned alternative funding must be found to buffer the effect of 0% fee increase.
JICS praises Pollsmoor prison’s infrastructure improvement
The Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services, however, has raised concerns around overcrowding.
DA slams presentation on Pollsmoor living conditions
Former ConCourt judge Edwin Cameron had raised issues of concern at the facility in a report.
ASA rules Ford must adjust marketing SUV fuel consumption
A consumer complaint has led to the ASA ordering Ford to adjust fuel related marketing for the vehicle.
Cop in stable condition after Spur shootout
A Cape police officer was responding to an armed robbery at a Spur in Durbanville when he was shot.
Disabled black children experience 'double apartheid' - NGO
NGO Section 27 released a report documenting alleged violations of the rights of children in KZN.