Police blitz Cape Town CBD
Police raided the Cape Town station deck, searching for contraband, weapons, drugs and illegal immigrants as part of an offensive in the Western Cape.
Hundreds of shops looted in Dunoon protests
During a night of violence, approximately 200 foreign owned shops were looted in Dunoon. Most lost everything to looters, and those that managed to escape with their wares, are packing and fleeing today.
Cops blitz gang-ridden Manenberg
As tensions between rival gangs in Manenberg and surrounding areas flare up, the City's Stabilisation Unit floods the area and conducts raids throughout the night.
Drift City: Cape Town's CBD becomes a race track
For a day, Cape Town's Grand Parade is turned into a drifting race track. Cars speed around a set of cones and tyres against each other and the clock, skidding or drifting as they race.
Dunoon protesters demand land for homes
Residents marched from Dunoon to the City of Cape Town to demand that land they have been forcefully removed from be given to them.
W Cape police record marked increase in heroin abuse
The province has long been known as a transit destination for international trade in the drug.
Heroin high life
Cape Town has a heroin problem and it's getting worse. How many people trade, use and to what extent is difficult to determine.
Cape Town International Jazz Fest 2016
The Cape Town International Jazz Festival (CTIJF) is the largest music event in sub-Saharan Africa.
#CTIJF2016: Top Dog keeps local lekker with Khoisan jazz
South African jazz band Top Dog is incorporating their ancestral Khoisan sound into their jazz to create a unique sound at this year's Cape Town International Jazz Festival.
ConCourt's Nkandla ruling: What will Parliament do?
EWN takes a look at Parliament’s handling of the Nkandla saga, and asks "What now?" following a landmark Constitutional Court ruling.
Falling out of love with the Proteas, Boks and Bafana
The Proteas’ exit from T20, the new Bok coach, and why Bafana Bafana dropped out of Afcon. These topics are being hotly discussed by Cape Town's public.
Mbalula: We didn't bribe anyone
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has called on Fifa to retract its statement that South Africa was involved in bribery to host the 2010 World Cup.
Mbalula: I don't dance to the Guptas’ chorus
Minister of Sports and Recreation Fikile Mbalula has denied being appointed by the Guptas, when asked during a briefing on the Fifa bribe in Parliament.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane asked to leave Parliament
DA Leader Mmusi Maimane was asked to leave Parliament after demanding President Zuma answer questions around why Former Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene was fired.
Maimane lays formal charges against Guptas
DA leader Mmusi Maimane laid charges against the Gupta brothers and Duduzane Zuma at a Cape Town police station on 17 March 2016.
Joe Gqabi Bus drivers challenge the City of Cape Town
Around 300-long distance bus drivers took to Cape Town's streets to challenge the city on issues of operational management.
Cops open fire on mistaken getaway vehicle in Cape Town
During the pursuit of a vehicle used in a robbery, police gave chase to a taxi during the early hours of Monday morning without giving fair warning before shooting and killing two McDonald’s workers.
Thousands gather to mourn Franziska Blöchliger
Thousands of friends, family & community members of murdered 16-year-old Franziska Blöchliger attended a silent vigil in Tokai.