Prasa says replacement and repair costs are so high that the central lines in the Western Cape may be shut down.
The Western Cape Scopa has decided to oppose a high court bid lodged by provincial ANC leader Marius Fransman.
Tim Harris, dubbed “the sexiest man in politics”, is up for grabs - but for one evening only.
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Kristen Stewart is headed for Cape Town to shoot her new film, another big-name Hollywood production that has chosen SA as its filming location.
More than 17 months after Steenkamp was shot dead by Oscar Pistorius, her parents have broken their silence.
First-time home buyers are as young as 20 today, with youngsters realising the value of starting early, according to a survey.
A fire caused panic at Canal Walk Shopping Centre. Parts of the mall were evacuated, leaving some customers bewildered and frightened.
Police arrested a 26-year-old man after finding a hydroponic dagga lab during a raid in Sea Point.
"Dear Sweet Beliebers, Please stop telling me my son makes you horny. It's NOT something a mom wants to hear."
A small band of ANC Youth League members spent their 67 minutes for Mandela Day protesting outside the SA Zionist Federation.
Co-operative Governance Minister Pravin Gordhan has ordered local government to ensure all residents get decent service.
Rene Smit has spoken out about her Facebook post lauding Hitler, which drew much criticism to her and the ANC.
Six armed men broke into the Incredible Connection shop at the Bayside Mall, making off with laptops and tablets.
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