About 150 people had to be evacuated from their homes following a fire in the Drakenstein area.
Province bucks trend slightly, but national fatality rate is of grave concern and points to lack of strategy.
DIY HIV/Aids testing kits will soon be sold at a pharmacy near you, according to the SAPC Register and chief executive officer Amos Masango.
Pupils forced to write their matric exams in languages other than their mother tongue are put at a disadvantage, said a linguistics department head.
All three spheres of government have teamed up for a massive manhunt for the arsonists responsible for the devastating fire in the Helderberg area.
Paramedics are increasingly coming under attack when responding to emergencies with many saying they fear for their lives.
Thousands of jobs are in limbo in the retail industry following what the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry has described ...
Cape Town paramedics are up in arms after a Melomed24 paramedic crew was attacked over the weekend.
Thandeka Sisusa and her family was given temporary shelter by a Good Samaritan while she challenges her eviction from a Sea Point flat.
Eight days into the new year, the Western Cape’s roads have claimed the lives of 30 people, which provincial traffic chief says is 'unacceptable'.
The MJC has expressed deep concern over the violation of the Simon’s Town mosque after a pig’s snout and blood were found outside its door.
A man made a narrow escape when a pair of good Samaritans threatened to "shoot" an armed teenager who had just stabbed him.
The 300 primary school teachers who failed a Grade 3 English first additional language test last year have not been reassessed.
Prospective pet owners were warned against buying puppies online as many of these pooches have been mutilated or bred illegally.
More than 200 firefighters and 33 fire-fighting vehicles were needed to contain the blaze that wreaked havoc for three days in the Overberg region.