Dept warns process to declare Bo-Kaap a heritage site can take up to 2 years
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa made the announcement of the declaration in December last year, setting into motion the process which will be run by the South African Heritage Resource Agency.
PE cops probe death of a boy (11) at an 'after tears' ceremony
The shooting reportedly took place during an "after tears" ceremony on Saturday afternoon and police are still looking for the shooter.
[UPDATE] Hartenbos fire contained, one firefighter injured
The large vegetation fire broke out on Monday and has been edging closer to houses in the area.
Higher Edu department: Enrollment plan designed to prevent over-crowding
Unisa says this is due to the Enrollment Management Plan which places a limit on the number of students allowed in a course.
Unisa says management aware of cap system concerns
EWN has spoken to several Unisa accounting students who have been unable to apply for their final year of studying, because the programme is full.
Public participation process on Bo-Kaap heritage protection now open to public
Interested parties will be able to comment on the City of Cape Town's website, or do so by visiting one of the municipal offices in the CBD.
Some Unisa accounting students left in limbo over registration issues
Some University of South Africa (Unisa) accounting students are concerned about their future after being unable to apply for their final year of studying.
Unisa accounting students unhappy over registrations
Several postgrad accounting studies students say they've been unable to register for the final year because the program is full.
CT primary school calls on WCED to assist with overcrowded classrooms
Three classes at Matroosbergweg Primary School are being taught in a tent.
Public participation process on Bo-Kaap heritage protection to run until 22 Feb
Once the public participation process opens on 18 January, interested parties will be able to comment on the City of Cape Town's website, or do so by visiting one of the municipal offices in the CBD.
R2m set aside to refurbish CT’s Station Deck taxi rank
The renovations are expected to be complete after five weeks.
Public can soon comment on declaring Bo-Kaap a heritage site
This would mean that while developments in the area would still be allowed, the city would first need to consider the potential impact a proposed development may have on the heritage of the area.
Overstrand residents still dealing with wildfire fallout
Water and electricity supply have been affected by damage to water meters and power lines.
Police yet to make arrests in murder of elderly Ottery couple
The bodies of the man and woman, who are both in their 80s, were discovered in their home on Sunday afternoon.
Man allegedly responsible for deadly Overstrand blaze to remain behind bars
Shelton April appeared in the Caledon Magistrates Court on Monday on a count of contravening the National Environmental Management Act.
Firefighters continue to battle Overstrand blaze
The Kogel Bay Resort had to be evacuated earlier on Monday as the fire moved dangerously close to the facility.
Man accused of starting fatal Overstrand fire appears in court
A Pringle Bay resident died from smoke inhalation last week at the height of the wildfire. Two other people were injured.
Authorities plotting way to extinguish fatal Overstrand blaze
Late on Sunday, the massive fire was contained in Betty's Bay, Rooi Els, Pringle Bay and Kogel Bay.