Madikizela’s resignation as WC DA leader met with mixed reactions
Bonginkosi Madikizela handed in his resignation as Western Cape Transport and Public Works MEC on Wednesday after admitting to lying about his tertiary education qualifications on his CV.
CoCT urges elderly to use internet at local libraries for COVID-19 registration
The national vaccine registration portal opened for people aged 60 and older last week.
Duo caught with abalone worth R700k due in Caledon court
The country's fiscus loses hundreds of millions each year to sophisticated syndicates who illegally exploit the natural resource and experts said that despite ongoing busts, poaching had gotten worse in the last five years.
Caledon’s Muslim burial crisis: ‘It shouldn't be like this’
The lack of burial space for the Muslim community in Caledon means people are forced to bury their loved ones outside of their hometown – at great emotional and financial cost.
CT court hears instructions to kill lawyer came from inside prison
Three people who confessed to being behind the failed hit on defense lawyer William Booth in April 2020 were sentenced yesterday.
3 gangsters sentenced for attempted hit on defence attorney William Booth
The lawyer was shot at outside his Higgovale home in April last year, but his attackers missed.
Fourth suspect due in court for murder of Calitzdorp man
Police on Wednesday arrested a 23-year-old man, who joins three others, including two minors, who were apprehended shortly after the attack on 66-year-old Lourens De Villiers last week.
Police officer injured during WSU protests recovering in hospital
Students have been protesting over various issues, including financial exclusion, a lack of NSFAS funding and transport allowance.
Library losses will be deeply felt across our communities - UCT
The team at UCT Libraries has confirmed that the archival and published print collections kept within the Reading Room were consumed by the flames.
Buffalo City Metro councillor, businesswoman due in court over R1.2m fraud case
ANC councillor Mthetheleli Kolela and Noxolo Tshaka appeared at the East London Magistrates' Court on Tuesday after they were arrested by the Hawks earlier in the day.
11 structures damaged or destroyed in CT mountain fire, WC govt confirms
The University of Cape Town (UCT) bore the brunt of the disaster, with several buildings damaged in the blaze.
Two teens arrested for shooting dead boy (12) in Wesbank
Another teenage boy was also wounded in the attack.
Perlemoen plea deal: 6 abalone poaching syndicate members cut deals with State
The Khayelitsha Regional Court handed down suspended sentences to six people arrested in the Western Cape and Gauteng in February last year.
Fine weather forecast is good news for Cape Town’s firefighters
Weather Service forecaster Henning Grobler said things were finally looking up for firefighters who had been battling fires since Sunday.
As wind subsides, firefighters hope to bring Table Mountain fire under control
Table Mountain National Parks' fire manager, Philip Prins, said that they were hoping for better weather conditions to make firefighting efforts easier.
Loss of heritage sites in Cape fires is devastating - Winde
The blaze broke out near Rhodes Memorial on Sunday and spread to the university.
Cape Town Fires: The remnants of UCT's Jagger Library’s Reading Room
The raging fires in Cape Town gutted several structures, including the Jagger Library of the University of Cape Town. Here’s what left of the Reading Room of the library.
Gqeberha man sentenced to six years in jail for using cloned bank cards
The National Prosecuting Authority said Phalo Sixishe faced 170 counts of fraud, which amounted to just over R675,000.