ANC MPs have backed acting Police National Commissioner Lieutent-General Khomotso Phahlane, despite him facing an Ipid investigation.
Investigators may bring additional charges against Jacobus Oosthuizen, who is accused of murdering his pregnant girlfriend Nicola Pienaar.
Children from disadvantaged backgrounds in Stellenbosch have found hope with an organisation that trains children and young adults.
An extension of the public-participation process which involves the contentious Tafelberg site, has outraged Sea Point domestic workers and activists.
Western Cape High Court Judge Leslie Weinkoue has reserved judgment in the Bromwell Street relocation saga.
CPUT has cancelled its welcoming ceremony for students this year due to 'time constraints' caused by last year's #FeesMustFall protests.
Economic growth and saving jobs in the poultry sector are set to form part of discussions at the cabinet meeting that got under way on Wednesday .
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille has officially endorsed the Cape Argus’s water-saving campaign in its song Drip Drop (The Cape Argus Shower Song).
The 4450 Western Cape learners who have yet to be placed have missed the most crucial parts of their scholastic careers.
The SABC could be fined as much as R1million for failing to implement Icasa's ruling to lift the ban on the broadcast of violent protests.
Nicola Pienaar, whose body was found buried in a shallow grave in her boyfriend’s backyard, might have been six months pregnant when she was killed.
The Level 3b water restrictions have officially been implemented in the City of Cape Town as dam levels continue to dip close to crisis point.
The ANC is facing two possible probes into its "war room" project, after the DA asked Icasa and the IEC to investigate the party.
The Cape Argus has developed a way to help you save water by cutting down your usage in the shower.
About 70 volunteers have joined a 'Walking Bus' initiative that ensures pupils are walked safely to school and back home.