Eskom makes no promises over load shedding, small business feel the pinch
The power utility downgraded load shedding to stage 1, but says it can’t give a prognosis at this stage on whether rolling blackouts would continue this weekend.
Mistaken identity led to fatal shooting of CT officer, Hawks believe
Constable Thando Sigcu was allegedly shot dead by a law enforcement officer while he was apprehending a robbery suspect on Tuesday night.
Man arrested for murder of off-duty Northern Cape cop
The Upington-based officer had slept over at a friend's home in Keimoes when he was found stabbed to death in a bed on Wednesday.
Kimberley man to appear in court for R2m drugs
Officers responding to a tip-off raided a house where they confiscated over 2 kilograms of khat and 500 grams of tik.
Atlantis baker worried load shedding could cripple her business
Christal Skippers said that Eskom’s load shedding had cost her business a lot of money.
Suspect under guard in hospital after fatal police shooting in CT
Police said the constable was attached to Cape Town Central Police Station and was performing crime prevention duties at the time of his death.
After dodging bullets for exams, CT matriculant excited to become teacher
Chad Abrahams, aged 18, is among the 61.3% of matrics who passed at Arcadia Senior Secondary.
WC Education MEC hoping to maintain over 80% matric pass rate
The IEB results are due out at midnight, while government schools will see their results released on Wednesday.
WCED hopes for matric pass rate of above 80%
Results for the National Senior Certificate examinations are scheduled to be released on Wednesday.
Bodies of 2 babies discovered in fridge at a CT house
It's unclear what led to the deaths of the two babies and a post mortem is being conducted to determine the cause as well as their ages.
2 Hanover Park women arrested for possession of stolen cable
The City of Cape Town's Metal Theft and Rail Enforcement Units responded to a tip-off on Friday morning.
16 killed on Western Cape roads since start of 2020
The deaths include six pedestrians, five passengers, four drivers and one cyclist across the province including Paarl, Somerset West, Nyanga and other areas.
CoCT to continue clamping down on alcohol use at beaches
last month authorities confiscated around 7,500 bottles of alcohol. The big haul was however on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day when around 570 units of alcohol were seized in the Helderberg area while in Muizenberg alone officers recovered more than 1,000 units.
Gift of the Givers asked to help foreign nationals living at CT church again
The agency last year supplied aid to refugees and asylum seekers who had taken up residency at the church. A week later, refugees were angered when the agency deemed their demands of resettlement as 'unrealistic' and they were told to withdraw their services.
Arrest of CT refugee leader welcomed by some foreign nationals
The man's been charged with eight cases of assault, five of which are assault with the intention to cause grievous bodily harm.
Refugee leader arrested at CT's Central Methodist Mission Church
Violence erupted at the church earlier this week where three other men were arrested on Sunday for being in possession of dangerous weapons.
Public urged to be safe at beaches across SA
The National Sea Rescue Institute's Craig Lambinon advised people to only swim at beaches where lifeguards are present and to swim in between the flags.
Valentino Grootetjie’s murder accused to appear in court
Valentino Grootetjie was shot and killed while playing in his yard this past Saturday and police arrested the suspects on Monday.