New police stations and new vehicles should be the priority of the SAPS but foreign expertise to fight crime is a no-no for now, Popcru says.
Director-general Lungisa Fuzile warned against focusing on higher education to the detriment of early childhood development and basic education.
There are about 434 water station staff and Coca-Cola crew to keep riders hydrated and about 275 security guards keep an eye on the cyclists.
National Treasury is silent on the budget for the nuclear build programme, despite Eskom calling for interested parties to ...
Tributes are pouring in for “unsung hero” Warren Williams who died while attempting to save lives in the sewer pit accident at the Durban Naval Base.
Hout Bay Harbour has its challenges, but those challenges are being addressed, says Trevor Schoeman.
The City of Cape Town’s Fire and Rescue service fought a fire raging on the slopes of a mountain in Hout Bay.
A 72-year-old artisan recalls the painful day when he came home from school to find his Seaforth home bulldozed and his family forcefully removed.
The Western Cape education department has confirmed that there are no plans to roll out free sanitary pads for school girls.
The 10-year-old girl who was allegedly used as a human shield by a purported gangster and shot in the head, is still recovering in hospital.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan stuck to fiscal consolidation and announced his bid to raise R28 billion through taxes to plug the Budget deficit.
Four Cape families have reached an agreement with the new owner of the property they were living on which would see them move into their own homes.
Two Cape Town men where killed and three others injured when armed men opened fire on them as they were watching a football match on television.
Five brand-new science centres have been unveiled at schools across Cape Town.
Suspended Prasa security boss Jama Matakata says the agency’s disciplinary hearing, which found him guilty of misconduct, was a “kangaroo court”.