State says no basis for Henri Van Breda's appeal
Van Breda's lawyers last month approached the Constitutional Court once again in a final bid to have his conviction and sentence overturned.
Mosques aren’t causing noise nuisance in District Six. But is it disturbance?
The Zeenatul Islam Masjid, situated in Muir Street, was built in 1923, and since then it has sounded the adhan - or daily call to prayer - as mosques around the world do.
Al-Noor Orphanage manager could face more charges
Amina Opara was arrested last week during a sting operation by the Hawks and the Western Cape Department of Social Development at the Al-Noor Child and Youth Care Centre.
Very little being done to rectify apartheid spatial injustices - Ndifuna Ukwazi
Over the past 11 months, the City of Cape Town has approved building plans to the value of R20.4 billion.
Sitole welcomes convictions of 9 cop killers
Nine police killers were slapped with life terms, while two were given 32 years behind bars.
Klapmuts armed robbery suspects back in court next week
They are facing charges of housebreaking with the intent to rob, possession of a firearm and the pointing of a firearm.
Former credit controller gets 5 years for R1mln fraud
Anovuyo Mvula pleaded guilty on all 22 counts of fraud, money laundering and the contravention with the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act.
4 men linked to Klapmuts farm attack armed robbery appear in court
The men, from Wellington, were facing charges of housebreaking with the intent to rob, possession of a firearm and the pointing of a firearm.
Woodstock developers urged to consider community's living heritage and memory
Heritage Western Cape has asked the developers of the WEX2 to conduct a social impact study that would determine whether the development can be approved.
2 hijackers handed lengthy sentences for attacking Cape Town Uber drivers
Andrew Nhasri and Mike Masozho terrorised Uber drivers during May and early June 2017 in Bellville.
Police probe alleged abuse of children at CT orphanage
Seventeen children were removed from the Al Noor Child and Youth Care Centre following a number of complaints of sexual and physical abuse at the facility.
Woodstock orphanage accused of abuse, 17 children removed
The provincial Social Development said it was investigating a number of complaints of physical and sexual abuse at the Al Noor Child and Youth Care Centre.
Delft CPF says children worst affected by gang violence
The murders of at least a dozen people in different parts of Delft last week is a concern, not only to the Delft CPF but to the Western Cape government.
Spotlight on youth violence as teen due in court for robbery at Sea Point school
He was apparently caught, along with his accomplices, on CCTV footage entering a classroom where an exam was being written last week.
Farm attacks probe at an 'advanced stage’ - MEC
There were three incidents in the region last week. In one of them, Stefan Smit was killed on Louiesenhof Wine Estate on a Sunday evening.
After attempted rape of junior doctor, training of UFS medical students on hold
There were at least two incidents of doctors being accosted at the Pelonomi Hospital last week.
MEC Albert Fritz calls for Cele’s intervention to solve CT violent crimes
According to the Delft Community Policing Forum, at least 12 people were killed in the area last week.
WC DA to Mkhwebane: Where is the Metrorail investigation?
The provincial standing committee on transport and public works requested the public protector to investigate the dire state of Metrorail in the Western Cape.