A Cape Town woman accused of trying to secure a hitman to murder her husband is set to spend the weekend at Pollsmoor Prison.
ANC Western Cape provincial secretary Faiez Jacobs said the proposal to sell alcohol at schools was not only misguided, but dangerous.
Students from UCT and the University of Pretoria will be able to access their online curriculum without incurring any data costs.
In efforts to make its white elephant more financially viable, council plans to lease spaces and parking in the precinct for 10 years.
Bright future forecast for new African and South African Pro 50 Class champion.
The University of the Western Cape has suspended face-to-face classes, with students given the choice of writing exams next month, or in January.
Pupils and staff at the Academy Private School in Cape Town are struggling to come to terms with the death of their deputy principal.
Celebrating freedom fighter Ashley Kriel’s birthday more than 20 years after his death, his family is finding solace in the ...
Thousands of kilos of fabric was destroyed in a blaze when a factory in Atlantis caught alight.
Professor Tim Noakes received the first dose of what promises to be a grilling at the hands of the HPCSA on Tuesday afternoon.
It is going to be a long, dry summer for Capetonians and holidaymakers in the city this festive season.
A Cape Town deputy principal who drove a pupil home after she fell ill at school was shot dead in what is believed was an attempted hijacking.
The screams of the 60 people on the DMJ bus that crashed outside Touws River are still ringing in Mphumelelo Nkala’s ears.
If Banting was a drug, people would be signing up to give us a Nobel Prize, Tim Noakes said at an inquiry into his professional conduct.
Another victim of the horror bus crash on the N1 outside Touws River early Sunday morning has died in hospital.