The story of Luvo Manyonga, who overcame a tik addiction to become an Olympic silver medalist, offers real hope, writes Mike Wills.
Greenmarket Square traders have accused the City of Cape Town of “ripping them off” by not servicing the local public toilets.
At least three changes are being made to the lists of political parties represented in the Cape Town city council.
The mutilated body of a man has been found on a vacant spot earmarked for land development in Mfuleni.
Observatory residents fear a proposed R4bn redevelopment of The River Club will mean the loss of public open space. s
A passenger on the trip during which Louisa Wynand claims she was harassed by Marius Fransman has dismissed her version of events.
She was born with a debilitating disorder, but Nicela Naude has not only clung to life, her endurance and vitality has astonished everyone.
In an unexpected development, councillors from the DA and the ANC have sealed a deal in the Kannaland municipality.
Ongoing battle to stop portions of the N1 and N2 from becoming toll roads continues in the Supreme Court of Appeal.
Driving to work in the morning will never be the same for student teacher Nawaal Brenner, victim of a smash-and-grab incident.
The DA has accused the ANC of trying to bribe its ward councillors to resign in a bid to force by-elections.
In a last-ditch attempt to stop the construction of a 60m-high building in Cape Town, residents are appealing a tribunal ruling.
Angry residents have looted Somali-owned spaza shops after a man was shot dead, allegedly during a dispute with a shopkeeper.
For court reporter Gadeeja Abbas, the trial was rooted in the pain of a kidnapped girl and the two mothers who love her.
Craig and Bridget Smeddle have each been sentenced to life in prison for the premeditated murder of their 71-year-old neighbour.