A paraplegic man said a rehabilitation exercise programme designed by a Somerset West doctor has changed his life.
Initiative aims to encourage everyone using the roads to be more vigilant and aware, as motorists are “not the only ones using the roads”.
Just throwing more uniforms at the problem will not drive down the festive season death toll, says Western Cape transport MEC Donald Grant.
At least three business robberies were reported in different areas around Cape Town, just a few days before Christmas.
The freedom of convicted paedophile Anthony Freedendal hangs in the balance with his lawyers set to challenge his extradition.
Warning drivers of roadblocks ahead is illegal, says AA
How much of the festive spirit are Cape Town buskers actually feeling – financially speaking that is? The answer is – very little.
The Saldanha Bay Municipality says it will not revoke the access passes handed to residents, despite criticism.
Rechner of The Pink Ladies Organisation says the company has a 91% success rate of tracking missing children and adults.
Over the festive season, there is said to be an increase in domestic violence, which is attributed to alcohol and drug abuse.
Residents living in the Vredenburg municipality are angry about a curfew put in place at their beach.
Scott Maqetuka was shocked when he received his bill at the Bungalow restaurant which had the words “2 Blacks” in the header.
A Grassy Park resident brought the community together by hosting his own "switching on of the lights" ceremony at the weekend.
The police are searching for those responsible for killing a man and dumping his body in Khayelitsha.
Police are continuing their search for the body of a four-year-old boy who drowned in Yzerfontein.