8 people killed since Friday in WC
The provincial CPF cluster met on Saturday to formulate a plan on how to tackle rampant gang violence.
Good Party calls for a probe on the sale of land in Cape Town
Good approached the public protector after the city's forensic investigation into the matter found no irregularities on the sale of the vacant land to Growthpoint Properties.
Police probe murders of six women in Philippi
The victims, aged between 18 and 26, were gunned down at a residence in the Marcus Garvey community on Friday night.
Police hunt suspects after two people found dead in Hanover Park
An 18-year-old woman and a 23-year-old man were shot dead in the suburb on Saturday morning.
City of CT says sale of prime land is above board
Organisations said the city could have used the piece of land to build affordable housing units for Capetonians.
CT residents warned of heavy downpours this weekend
A 60% chance of rain has been predicted for the Western Cape in the next 24 hours.
Northern Cape Premier prioritises health in his Sopa
Zamani Saul pointed out 72.8% of Northern Cape residents rely on the public health sector and stressed the need to improve services.
More than half of NC residents are poor, and Premier Saul hopes to change that
Saul delivered his maiden State of the Province Address and highlighted the province's 26% unemployment rate. He also raised concerns on the fact that 54% of residents were poor.
Ruling on Karoo fracking a victory for environment, says action group
The Supreme Court of Appeal ruled that the ministers of Mineral Resources and Environmental Affairs do not have the authority to implement the regulations for petroleum exploration and production, which includes shale gas exploration.
Crime summit must not be another talk show, says WC CPF board
Another crime summit is on the cards in a bid to reduce violent crime in Cape Town communities. Like the one held in Boksburg last year, various representatives from civil society and government departments are set to participate.
SABC bailout in interest of South Africans - minister
Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams said her department was working with National Treasury to see whether the public broadcaster, which needs a reported R3.2 billion in financial assistance, could be granted more funding.
Ndabeni-Abrahams deploys team to ensure SABC meets bailout requirements
The Communications Department was working with National Treasury to see whether the public broadcaster, which was facing major financial woes, could be granted a bailout.
Project to increase black rhino population on the roll
This initiative swung into action after poaching rendered the species critically endangered, leaving only around 2,000 of the animals in South Africa.
Disaster relief groups on alert as cold front set to hit SA
In some parts of the country, including in Soweto and Vereeniging, residents have woken up to freezing temperatures, with the mercury dipping to minus one, and only expected to reach maximums of around 13 degrees Celsius.
Mitchells Plain CPF cluster wants definitive gang violence plan from Cele
The Police Minister met with the Western Cape's CPF board on Monday to address concerns raised over the high rate of gang violence in Cape Flats communities.
WC gang violence: Bheki Cele meets with CPF chairs
It was unlikely to be an easy ride for Cele with more than 2,300 murders recorded between last November and this May.
House of Monatic worker never expected mention in Ramaphosa's Sona speech
Joan Jansen said that she was caught by surprise when Ramaphosa announced that he was wearing a locally made tailored suit from the House of Monatic.
WC CPF board, Cele to meet next week to find solutions to gang violence
CPF leaders on Wednesday gave Cele 48 hours to come up with workable solutions to rein in rampant gang violence in communities on the Cape Flats.