Parliament is a hive of activity this week as preparations are made for President Jacob Zuma’s eighth State of the Nation Address.
Prospective paramedics now have to complete a two-year course, with those wanting to become advanced life-support medics needing a four-year degree.
Another blaze has broken out in the Western Cape, this time devastating a large area near Wellington.
The Western Cape Community Safety Department has revealed that 67% of all domestic abuse cases in the province are linked to alcohol abuse.
Robberies targeted at Somali-owned businesses are not xenophobic attacks but should be seen as criminal acts, says the Khayelitsha Development Forum.
If you’ve given away too much personal information to a fraudster, you’re not alone. But you need to mitigate the fallout, writes Georgina Crouth.
President Jacob Zuma will deliver his Sona on Thursday before proceeding to the Grand Parade to greet thousands of ANC supporters.
Community Safety MEC Dan Plato strongly condemns killing in the Western Cape and calls on communities to speak up against issues of gangs and drugs.
Prejudice and why interfaith harmony matters were amongst the topics discussed when World Interfaith Harmony Week was celebrated.
Speaker Baleka Mbete ordered the portfolio committee on communication to fasten the process of appointing an interim SABC board.
Western Cape health department ambulances will now be escorted by police when responding to emergencies in certain townships.
It's all systems go for President Jacob Zuma's last SONA and preparations had gone well, says Secretary to Parliament Gengezi Mgidlana.
Authorities in Cape Town have their hands full as parents use children to soften the hearts of motorists when begging on the city's streets.
Three talented musicians couldn’t resist joining the Cape Argus’s initiative to help save water by creating the perfect shower song.