Mediation ordered by the State, in a case involving a brawl following DA councillor Simon Liell-Cock parking in a residential driveway, has failed.
The Western Cape is still battling to shirk the perception it has the highest use of bucket toilets in the country.
Sixteen-year-old Kara van der Merwe from Greyton started the Put Your Foot Down initiative in the hopes of bringing about child abuse awareness.
Minister Malusi Gigaba launched a project to digitise the remaining 90% of 260 million civil records at Home Affairs still kept in paper-based forms.
The family of slain constable Amanda Ladlokova have vowed that no other family member will join the SAPS after she was gunned down on duty this week.
The murdered Langa teenager allegedly stabbed more than 20 times by his attackers was described as a hero during his memorial service.
The Department of Health is forging ahead with plans to recognise cannabis as a prescription drug rather than a banned substance.
A policewoman was shot dead and her colleague critically wounded when three men opened fire on them while they were on duty in Philippi East.
Children are among the hardest hit by poverty, and poor households bear the main responsibility for looking after the largest ...
The ANC in the Western Cape has accused its suspended chairman, Marius Fransman, of "no longer respecting the ANC".
A former Wynberg Girls' High School housemother has come forward to validate claims made by girls living at the Waterloo boarding house.
Vice President of the People's Republic of China, Dr Li Yuanchao, is visiting SA in the wake of the Forum on China-Africa Co-operation.
For 16 years, UYesu Unathi has been providing a safe, secure study environment and career advice to matric pupils in Khayelitsha.
Metrorail will be clamping down on aberrant behaviour, criminals and ticket defaulters with the launch of its festive season ...
Mos Def will need to leave the country by Tuesday night after being declared undesirable by the Department of Home Affairs.