Patricia de Lille came out fighting in her last council speech of the year, tackling the ANC, media and the poo protesters.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has outlined a proposal to modernise the criminal justice system.
Delft residents, already reeling from an ongoing taxi war in the area, are now having to deal with a flare-up in gang violence.
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Johannes de Jager may have used a bolt cutter and tree trimmer to dismember the body of Charmaine Mare, a court heard.
The march widely expected to disrupt Cape Town has been called off, but authorities are taking no chances.
Camps Bay residents believe a guesthouse’ss alterations to the flow of a mountain stream resulted in damage to their properties.
Judgment is set to continue in the case against a a taxi driver and his tout who randomly selected commuters to rape and rob.
Patients and staff at the new “state of the art” Mitchells Plain Hospital say the medical services at the facility are a disaster.
A row has erupted over the SAAF's decision to pull the plug on Cape Town's "Wings and Wheels Air Show".
Her daughter died in shack fire and now the thought of a similar fate is Nosakho Sigwelo's worst nightmare.
The City of Cape Town has applied for an urgent interdict to stop a planned but illegal march of thousands on Friday.
Police are searching for six suspects after a young man was killed in a drive-by shooting in Mitchells Plain.
Two men and a woman posing as passengers fired shots into a taxi that stopped to pick them up, killing one person.
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