#LoadShedding: Some traffic lights out, motorists urged to be patient
Eskom is implementing stage 4 load shedding as it needs to shed 4,000 megawatts urgently.
Mother of CT learner slapped by teacher considering her legal options
A video surfaced earlier this week, showing the learner pushing the educator and the teacher, in turn, slapping her in the face during class.
Knysna fire victims ‘concerned’ about their future
One of the affected families, the Oelfs, lost more than just a house; eight of their family members, including six children, died in the fire.
#Sona2019: Politicians, dignitaries step out in style on Parly red carpet
DA leader Mmusi Maimane says he hopes President Cyril Ramaphosa speaks about plans to address the high unemployment rate during the State of the Nation Address (Sona).
Mother hopes CT learner slapped by teacher won’t be victimised
The girl's mother has opened a criminal complaint of assault, while the teacher has also laid a complaint with police against the learner.
Mother of Sans Souci pupil opens assault case against teacher
A video of the incident has been circulated widely on social media and now the school governing body is investigating the matter before disciplinary steps are decided on.
CT dad fatally wounded after dropping children at school
The anti-gang unit is investigating the shooting that took place outside the school earlier this morning.
WCED to investigate after teacher slaps pupil at Sans Souci Girls' High
The teacher is seen slapping the pupil, after the girl pushed her desk against the woman.
Oudtshoorn officials seek support after heavy rain damages 116 properties
The Oudtshoorn Municipality has provided affected families whose homes were damaged with building material and blankets.
Buffel the seal could remain on Fish Hoek Beach for another few weeks
The seal, dubbed ‘Buffel,’ was first spotted in the Cape in 2014.
Islamic Relief SA donates R1m for boreholes amid drought
Energy Minister Jeff Radebe was in Mfuleni on Sunday, where a borehole was sunk.
Cost of fire damage to govt infrastructure estimated at R80m in WC
Apart from damage to state infrastructure, recent infernos have also gutted dozens of private homes.
WC ANC accuses DA of covering up alleged corruption by members
These remarks were sparked by a report by law firm Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr tabled last week on alleged nepotism and abuse of power in the DA-led Cape Town council.
ANC, EFF, Icosa woo voters ahead of general elections
On Saturday, political parties including the EFF and Western Cape-based party, Icosa, did their bit to woo voters.
Oudtshoorn Mayor to visit families whose homes were damaged by rains
The roofs of houses in several informal settlements were blown away by strong winds and some homes have been flooded.
Ramaphosa: We should not be afraid of claims coming from Zondo commission
The president was speaking to party supporters gathered in Kimberley on Saturday for the ANC’s Northern Cape provincial manifesto launch.
Ramaphosa: We no longer want drugs & gangsterism in our communities
Speaking at the ANC’s Northern Cape manifesto launch, the president touched on issues including the prevalence of gang violence, drug abuse and violence against women and children in the province.
Ramaphosa launches NC ANC's election manifesto in Kimberley
Ramaphosa is delivering the keynote address at the Northern Cape provincial manifesto launch at Galeshewe Stadium.