A 16-year-old Cape Town girl has apologised for sending a video via WhatsApp to a 14-year-old in which she swears and makes threats.
The Cederberg municipality and the Matzikama municipality are jointly in debt to the tune of R139.1 million, and battling to fend off creditors.
A triple tragedy has left Sea Point High School teachers and pupils reeling after three youths linked to the school were killed in four days.
The Western Cape Education Department is taking no chances, keeping exam papers for the final matric exams in a high-security vault.
A Paarl matric pupil has been stabbed to death at his school, allegedly by fellow pupils in what is suspected to be a gang-related attack.
The provincial ANC has launched an internal probe into allegations of fraud and theft against Southern Cape regional secretary Major Sokopo.
Criminals are using the notorius Peppermint Palace opposite Muizenberg Railway station as a hide-out, targeting people using the catwalk.
Elizabeth Isaacs was among activists who were denied the right to write their final matric exams in 1985. Now she is a student again...
Latiefa Fagodien turns 80 next month and says all she wants is for the Bo-Kaap house she has lived in for 47 years to be put in her name.
The safety of those testifying against violent criminals depends on their co-operation, officials say.
Foreign students at UCT have raised concerns about the possible impact of the shutdown of academic activities, which could ...
A meeting to seek solutions to the ongoing fees protests had to be called off after demonstrators poured human waste on the ...
Ameera Conrad, co-editor of the Cape Argus’s groundbreaking #ShutItDown edition a year ago, talks to Gasant Abarder about ...
Cape Town’s development and economy at risk of being constrained, transport indaba hears.
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu turns 85 today and has been wished years of good health by Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille.