Santaco hopes Hout Bay taxi violence doesn't flare up amid negotiations
Santaco Western Cape chairperson Achmat Dyason said that taxi associations in the area have given the assurance there will be no more violence, as negotiations between them continue.
CT teen hit by train didn't want to be late for school, says dad
Simo Kwepe's father, Michael, says his son died because he didn't want to be late for school. It's for this reason that the grade 10 learner apparently jumped out of a train that was stuck between stations.
Santaco: Hout Bay taxi associations agree to continue negotiations
The violence stems from a dispute between two taxi associations over a Hout Bay to Cape Town route.
Family of Cape Town boy hit by train struggles with two funerals
Simo Kwepe’s father said it was not only his son who was being buried on Saturday, but the boy’s grandmother too.
District 6 Working Committee: Courts needed to move land claims process along
On Wednesday, the Western Cape High Court ordered the Rural Development and Land Reform Minister to explain what government has done to deliver restitution to the hundreds of land claimants who've been waiting over twenty years.
‘It's going to be the same thing’ - Mistrust clouds District Six land claim win
While some claimants have hailed the ruling ordering the land minister to appear in court as yet another major victory, some were sceptical.
Nkoana-Mashabane ordered to appear before court in land claims matter
Hundreds of land claimants are seeking answers from the State on when restitution in the form of land will be delivered.
Land claimants bring contempt of court application against minister
The District Six Working Committee is one of the applicants in the court case against national government, which will be heard today in the Western Cape High Court.
Refugees, asylum seekers in SA worse off than in France, US - study
Callixte Kavuro's doctoral study has found foreigners seeking refuge here are worse off than in France and the United States, based on socio-economic rights.
Refugees & asylum seekers in SA don’t enjoy socio-economic rights – study
According to the study, this group does not enjoy socio-economic rights like healthcare and adequate housing as enshrined in the country’s legislation.
Land claims commissioner: Govt acknowledges pain of District Six land claimants
Hundreds of verified claimants are in limbo as litigation between the State and residents’ representatives continue.
SA’s drops to 117 out of 149 countries in gender wage equality
Professor Anita Bosch from the University of Stellenbosch Business School said it was worrying that the country is dropping in the wage equality rankings.
2 tourists mugged while hiking in CT
The incident occurred on Sunday afternoon while they were hiking.
District 6: Failed by government again
The story of District Six is moving from people seeking land restitution to a government unwilling to help them.
Land Claims commissioner: District Six land restitution a complex matter
The Commission on Restitution of Land Rights along with the Rural Development and Land Reform Minister and several others have been taken to court by land claimants.
MEC awaits info from Nzimande on Hout Bay taxi violence task team
The office of the Western Cape transport MEC says as soon as it receives official communication from the minister about the task team, it will work with the national department.
UCT safety and violence unit urges govt to find innovative ways to curb crime
The 2018/2019 State of Urban Safety in South Africa Report by the South African Cities Network has shown there's a link between substance abuse and violent crimes like gender-based violence.
This is the city where you’re most likely to be killed in SA - report
The 2018/2019 State of Urban Safety in South Africa Report looks at the state of crime, violence and safety in the country’s nine metros.