Cape Town teachers are getting caught in the middle of fights between primary school pupils who are gang affiliated.
Ten thousand litres of alcohol confiscated from shebeens across the Western Cape have gone down the drain.
In the aftermath of torrential rains and flooding in Cape Town, 5 000 people are still looking for relief.
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Plea negotiations between the State and a man accused of strangling his girlfriend have reached a deadlock.
Cape Argus reporter Chelsea Geach took to the shooting range, where she met Shahnaaz Slamang.
Strict visa requirements are proving to be a major challenge for the the City of Cape Town's investment goals, says Tim Harris.
EFF parliamentary leader Julius Malema was to take his seat on the ad hoc Nkandla committee, but it might not be for long.
As spring beckons, the Cape Argus is preparing to usher in a new season for this proud newspaper, says editor Jermaine Craig.
Julius Malema's chances of visiting Botswana are looking slim after it emerged that he is essentially "banned".
Hundreds of shacks were flooded and thousands of people displaced as a storm lashed Cape Town.
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