In papers yet to be filed in court, suspended SABC anchor Vuyo Mvoko has detailed the public broadcaster's editorial influence.
Minister of Higher Education and Training Blade Nzimande has called for “big and bold” solutions to tackle the bed shortages universities are facing.
According to ANC national spokesman Zizi Kodwa, there is no confusion: troubled ANC Western Cape leader Marius Fransman has not been reinstated.
Three minors have been charged in connection with the murder of a Metrorail train driver while he was waiting on a platform.
A Cape Town grandfather, who has earned his Master’s degree at the age of 71, has now set his sights on starting his PhD studies.
Western Cape ANC chairman Marius Fransman, who was asked to step aside after being accused of sexual harassment, is back in the ANC fold.
The Cape Town city council has confirmed it is “in the process of exploring various options for the Philippi area”.
Adam Small was known for his poems and Afrikaans literature, and yesterday a host of actors and singers brought his work to life.
A chilling video has emerged of a group of children, some as young as 7, taking huge delight in torturing and then stoning a dog to death.
The Stellenbosch University Choir has taken first place in the prestigious International Choir Games in Sochi, Russia.
Each day that Western Cape paramedics go out on a call, Ambulance chief Pumzile Papu prays for their safe return.
Those fighting to save the Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) from being paved over by private developers want it declared a heritage site.
Former Western Cape public works official Gary Fisher is accused of actively discouraging the use of the Tafelberg site for ...
The millions stolen by Johannes van Staden could have paid the grants of at least 166 667 people for a month, the court was told.
While their classmates sit at desks, some pupils at a Strand school have to take their notes while balancing their books on their laps.