A head-on collision on Sir Lowry’s Pass near Cape Town killed a family of three, including a six-year-old boy.
This year's Plett Rage has so far been crime-free, but the demand for morning-after pills and condoms has skyrocketed.
Cape Town Marathon 2013 champion Lindikaya Mthangayi could be stripped of his title after testing positive for a banned steroid.
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One of the Absa Cape Epic’s favourite sons has survived being ambushed and shot at his country home.
The Vergelegen Mediclinic was closed after being flooded during a heavy downpour. But who is to blame?
Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille says R3m has already been spent to provide relief to flood-hit city residents.
Hundreds of pupils in the Overberg region have been missing classes since the heavy rains that flooded parts of the Cape.
A group of Angolan tourists on holiday in Cape Town say R12 000 was stolen from their luggage at a Waterfront hotel.
Angry Khayelitsha residents forced their way into vacant houses in Eerste River, saying they were tired of waiting for homes.
The Western Cape High Court heard how the body of murdered prostitute Hiltina Alexander was found.
Western Cape top cop Arno Lamoer has been criticised for his silence concerning corruption allegations levelled against him.
National anger over the rape and murder of Anene Booysen did little to bring about systemic change, two authors have said.
Motorists and pedestrians using the R300 have been told to be vigilant after several incidents, including a rape, were reported.
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