A Western Cape Grade 8 pupil has been stabbed to death, apparently by a fellow pupil, on his way to school.
A policeman was alone on duty at the Klapmuts police station when he was shot dead by criminals who stole five firearms.
“First you bend down and carefully place the chicken between your thighs,” says self-titled capon whisperer Lynn Giles.
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A former farm worker says her life has improved since democracy, but not her access to health services.
A Khayelitsha clergyman is planning to pick up his wooden cross this Easter to draw attention to harsh living conditions.
Snippets of CCTV footage and spy cameras at Canal Walk helped detectives track down the men accused of killing Olwyn Cowley.
Marius Fransman has chosen to "sacrifice" his ministerial position and return full-time to the Western Cape.
Former DA spindoctor Ryan Coetzee - an adviser to Britain’s deputy prime minister - is paid more than Nick Clegg’s other aides.
A gang of armed robbers is targeting Cape Town’s MTN stores, leading to fear among franchisees.
New focus on clothing design could rejuvenate Cape Town's largest manufacturing industry.
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