Fire destroys 4 classrooms at Franschhoek school
No injuries were reported.
More than 6,000 hectares of vegetation was destroyed in the fire that erupted near the Cape Winelands town's mountain pass last Monday.
The blaze broke out a week ago and has destroyed more than 60,000 hectares of vegetation.
The Cape Winelands District Municipality says progress has been made towards containing the fire which has destroyed more than 6,000 hectares of vegetation.
One-hundred-and-forty firefighters have been deployed to fight the blaze on the mountains outside the tourist town.
The fire broke out early this week outside Franschhoek.
Six men attacked and injured the woman on Tuesday.
Mourners have gathered at a church in Franschhoek for a joint funeral service.
Denzil Boonzaaier, Russel Riffel and Adam Leibrandt died in the bus crash last weekend.
The service will be held at the Franschhoek community hall on Tuesday night.
Two people have died after the bakkie they were travelling in overturned on the pass.
The bus driver lost control of the vehicle while apparently trying to avoid hitting two cyclists.
It took authorities more than two hours to retrieve the wreckage of the vehicle.
Three men have been killed after a bus, carrying 29 passengers, went off a cliff.
It’s believed the 26-seater bus was carrying a group of school-children on their way to a rugby event.
President Zuma told locals the ANC has to take back Cape Town in the next government elections.
Traffic authorities says pedestrian and cyclist fatalities remain a concern.
A cold front hit the Western Cape last week, bringing with it snow to several areas.
Three people died in a car crash while another died after he was knocked over in the Wilderness.