3 minors due in court as Kimberley Boys' High pupil mourned
Tshepiso Thompson, a 16-year-old Kimberley Boys' High School pupil, was stabbed and robbed of some of his clothing items while walking home with friends this past weekend.
Preparation sees WC reduce fire incidents to 14,000
Even though individual fire incidents decreased from about 17,000 two years ago to around 14,000 this past season, officials said the enormity of the blazes were on the rise.
WC govt installs smoke detectors to combat fires
Experts say residential fires, in particular, occur during sleeping hours and peak at around 1am.
Police hunt suspects behind Kimberley murders
A 27-year-old man was shot dead by a balaclava-clad gunman in Kagisho last week, while two others were also found with fatal stab wounds earlier in March.
3 missing Hout Bay fishermen reunited with families
The men got lost in dense fog while fishing between Cape Point and Kommetjie on Thursday.
Theresa May's Brexit deal rejected for third time
At least 286 MPs voted in favour of the deal while 344 voted against it.
UCT study endorses phasing out coal power by 2040
Researchers at the University of Cape Town point to wind and solar energy as the primary suppliers of the grid in the future.
Bo-Kaap now under heritage protection
Councillors on Thursday afternoon approved the inclusion of the community in a heritage protection overlay zone.
Evicted Paarl farmworkers to challenge court order granting ejection
A family of ten was evicted from a farm on Tuesday and is now homeless after the Land Claims Court in Johannesburg granted permission to the owner to eject them.
Sir Lowry’s Pass Village residents end protest as CoCT promises to build houses
Residents have been keeping up a sustained action since last week blocking roads and burning debris to make their anger felt.
Sir Lowry’s Pass Village residents suspend protests
Human Settlements mayoral committee member Malusi Booi has promised to implement solutions to address the area’s housing needs.
Police monitor Ottery protests after shacks demolished
A group of people are protesting after shacks they'd illegally erected were demolished.
RDM still have no ideas what caused Somerset West blast
Eight workers lost their lives during operations at one of the depot's units in September last year.
Rheinmetal Denel Munitions says WC production plant affected by power cuts
This has set the company back millions of rands.
'We are a responsible supplier supplier of ammunition' - Rheinmetall
Prospective clients from 53 countries are attending the company’s munitions capability demonstration outside Arniston this week.
ANC's Letsatsi-Duba: We've made mistakes but ANC in process of renewal
ANC national executive committee member Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba met with residents in Saldanha Bay and Paternoster to address issues relating to unemployment, housing and fishing quotas.
DA leader Maimane dismisses Brett Herron's defamation claim as 'frivolous'
Brett Herron who's now the Good party's secretary general is suing Maimane for allegedly calling him corrupt and a racist during a radio interview the DA leader did in December.
Brett Herron sues Maimane for allegedly calling him a corrupt racist criminal
The former DA member filed papers at the Western Cape High Court on Thursday demanding R2 million in damages from Maimane.