Opportunistic thieves were caught on camera casually opening the canopy of a bakkie that stopped at a traffic light before making off with goods.
In what has been described as the ‘curse of the mayoral chain’, the ANC-led Cederberg municipality has moved to institute ...
Turning out 1 000 loaves on its first day of operation, Brandvlei prison’s new bakery aims to help the correctional services ...
The number of independent schools in the Cape have increased exponentially over the past five years, and this growth is expected to continue.
Professor Brian Williams is set to take his expulsion from the University of the Western Cape's council to court.
A reclaimed Constantia farm, which was at the centre of a protracted land restitution battle, looks set to become a R250m ...
The Cape Town city council’s R1.5bn redevelopment of Maiden’s Cove has been slammed by residents across the city as a waste of money.
The ANC has suspended a member for instigating the violent protest on the N2 in which two buses were torched.
Kneeling on his bedroom floor, gagged, blindfolded and with a gun to his head, Ryan Stramrood kept thinking: “How does this end?”.
Cape Town and Joburg are set to face the full wrath of winter this weekend, according to the South African Weather Service.
Journalists across the country are rallying to support their SABC colleagues speaking out against media censorship.
Activists picketed outside Western Cape Education MEC Debbie Schäfer's home demanding her response to a recent social audit of 244 schools.
Eleven years after murdering baby Jordan-Leigh Norton, Zanethemba Gwada and Bonginkosi Sigenu were denied parole - again.
A young Cape Town couple were about to board their flight home when gunmen opened fire at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport.
There is still mixed reaction to the R140bn Wescape mega-city being planned near Melkbosstrand, although some former opponents ...