CT law enforcement officer suspended for fake news on quarantine of homeless
The law enforcement official claimed in a WhatsApp voice note that homeless people would be forcibly removed from the city's streets and taken to Pollsmoor Prison and then placed under quarantine for a year.
Cele: 8 people arrested for spreading fake news on COVID-19
Authorities have repeatedly warned the public against disseminating fake news about the pandemic because it could spark needless panic.
WC man arrested for fake news on coronavirus testing kits
The 55-year-old was taken into custody on Monday and charged in terms of the Disaster Management Act.
Coronavirus: British citizen stuck at OR Tambo as Mauritius closes borders
As Murray Adait was making his way back to Mauritius, he got caught up in travel restrictions.
Second coronavirus case confirmed at UCT
It's confirmed contact tracing has already begun to identify the people who were in close contact with the staff member and they are all asymptomatic.
Eskom shouldn't have cut Prasa’s power in CT - Parly transport committee chair
Parliament’s transport portfolio committee chairperson Mosebenzi Zwane said it was unfortunate to involve ordinary people in matters they knew nothing about.
Ramaphosa calls for extraordinary action to jump-start SA economy
The president said extraordinary action was needed to deal with the country’s economic problems.
Local virologist optimistic about coronavirus findings
World Health Organisation data puts the death toll at just over 360 with the vast majority of the casualties in mainland China.
Minister Mkhize: No need to panic in SA over coronavirus
Since the outbreak was detected in China a month ago, at least 132 people have died, and more than 6,000 people have been affected.
Fresh probe into death of anti-apartheid activist Neil Aggett to get under way
Aggett, a doctor and trade unionist born on 6 October 1953, died in 1982 in police custody under mysterious circumstances.
Another alleged member of terror group 'Crusaders' arrested in CT
The man was taken into custody on Thursday at a Kuils River house on firearm-related charges.
World Aids Day: Hopes that new drug will lower viral load
South Africa boasts the world's best treatment programme which has been given a boost through a new three-in-one pill which is being rolled out.
Fire that shut down CT train station ‘looks intentional'
There've been more than 20 train fires in the city this year so far. The cause of the latest blaze is unknown, but an investigation is under way.
Cape Town detective murdered in apparent house robbery
The officer, who was a detective at the Elsies River police station, was shot dead during an apparent house robbery on Tuesday.
Iconic CT pub Fireman's Arms badly damaged in blaze
The Fireman's Arms caught fire overnight.
CT's La Colombe crowned SA's best restaurant
Four of the top five eating spots are in Cape Town.
Cape Chamber of Commerce slams ArcelorMittal decision on Saldanha plant
The facility, owned by steel giant ArcelorMittal, is a critical economic driver in the West Coast town.
PIC files liquidation proceedings against Sekunjalo
This was due to the company's failure to honour its repayments for an outstanding loan, which had been advanced by the fund.