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Western Cape
6 days ago
‘City of Cape Town is attacking black culture’
‘City of Cape Town is attacking black culture’

An open-air lounge in Khayelitsha has been closed by the city for allegedly flouting regulations, which the organisers say is untrue.

Crime & Courts
6 days ago
Popcru lodges grievance after top cops demoted
Popcru lodges grievance after top cops demoted

Popcru has lodged a grievance with national police management after the demotion of Major-General Jeremy Vearey and Major-General Peter Jacobs.

Western Cape
6 days ago
Call to make history compulsory subject
Call to make history compulsory subject

Advocacy group Equal Education is calling for history to be made compulsory for Grade 4 to 12 pupils, and for a review of the history curriculum.

Politics
7 days ago
Mayoral candidate goes to church after hearing news
Mayoral candidate goes to church after hearing news

The ANC's Cape Town mayoral candidate went to seek divine intervention in church ahead of his local government elections campaign.

Crime & Courts
7 days ago
Row after two top Cape cops 'demoted'
Row after two top Cape cops 'demoted'

Major-General Jeremy Vearey and Major-General Peter Jacobs have been demoted from their senior management posts to cluster commanders.

Western Cape
10 days ago
Land claim victory in Bishopscourt
Land claim victory in Bishopscourt

A 21-year-long battle by claimants of Protea Village to return to the area now known as Bishopscourt may soon become a reality.

Crime & Courts
10 days ago
Exclusive: Meet the Cartridge family
Exclusive: Meet the Cartridge family

In Part 5 of a five-part series, Lance Witten looks at the Ballistics division at the Western Cape SAPS Forensic Science Laboratory. [VIDEO].

Western Cape
10 days ago
Hangberg residents angry over 'lack of service delivery'
Hangberg residents angry over 'lack of service delivery'

Irate Hangberg residents, who have been trapped indoors due to flooding, have accused the City of Cape Townof failing to ...

Western Cape
10 days ago
Ashley Kriel's tale finally hits home
Ashley Kriel's tale finally hits home

The audience at the Bonteheuwel Civic Centre sat in tears as images of Asley Kriel’s dead body played out on the screen.

Industry news
10 days ago
Sanral to appeal Winelands toll ruling
Sanral to appeal Winelands toll ruling

The South African National Roads Agency is not giving up on its plan to toll sections of the N1 and N2 in Cape Town.

Crime & Courts
11 days ago
Exclusive: This unit is hooked on tackling drugs
Exclusive: This unit is hooked on tackling drugs

In Part 4 of a five-part series, Lance Witten looks at the chemistry unit at the Western Cape SAPS Forensic Science Laboratory.

Western Cape
11 days ago
Rain floods informal settlements in Cape
Rain floods informal settlements in Cape

Heavy rains have resulted in flooding reports from at least seven informal settlements in and around Cape Town.

Western Cape
11 days ago
'I am not my sexuality'
'I am not my sexuality'

LGBTI youth packed out a venue in the Cape Town Library to talk about what it was like being young and queer in a township community.

Crime & Courts
11 days ago
Angry mob confronts ‘child kidnapper’
Angry mob confronts ‘child kidnapper’

Police had to rescue a woman who was stranded in Mfuleni, after residents accused her of being part of a child-snatching syndicate.

Crime & Courts
11 days ago
Cape Town paedophile jailed for 20 years
Cape Town paedophile jailed for 20 years

Nizaam Ajam, 42, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison after being convicted of 180 charges of sexual crimes against children.