Professor Tim Noakes is flying in an international team of expert witnesses to defend him at the HPCSA inquiry into his professional conduct.
A protracted process to have the Bo-Kaap officially named as such has been successful.
Members of a private security company who caught an ATM robber in the act have slammed Cape Town police for failing to arrest the culprit.
Prominent academic Professor Achille Mbembe has likened UCT protesters to Boko Haram militants after they allegedly punched ...
Paramedics and firefighters who responded to a bus crash outside Touws River early yesterday described a scene of carnage.
Matric pupils caught cheating in their final exams could face serious consequences, including having their results declared null and void.
An online petition to mayor Patricia de Lille not to remove safety and security boss JP Smith from his job has set the cat among the pigeons.
A Cape Town father shot and killed a man when an armed gang stormed his home threatening to kill his family.
Teachers and pupils in Lavender Hill fear for their lives after two shootings near their schools, forcing them to lie on classroom floors.
Lee-Ann Adams, who believes that cancer is not a death sentence, recalls the day she was diagnosed with the disease.
CPUT has laid a case of attempted murder against protesting students after two guards were locked inside a campus building before it was torched.
Shipping containers that staff at the Paarl Regional Court have been using as makeshift courtrooms have been slammed as “dangerous and unsuitable”.
Students and lecturers desperate to complete the academic year are setting up secret meetings at off-campus locations.
While the number of pupils in South Africa grew by more than 2 percent since 2014, the number of teachers decreased by 1.5 percent, a report shows.
Iziko Museums is set to receive a R7.1 million grant from the US ambassador to help preserve slave history.