Rocklands in Mitchells Plain is on a knife-edge after at least seven people were killed or wounded in shootings during the week.
More than 300 medical interns could be without work next year following budget cuts, according to the junior Doctors Association of SA.
An independent analyst says Jacob Zuma will be able to ride out the storm caused by the State of Capture report, and complete his term as president.
The University of the Western Cape withdrew sanctions against council chairman Professor Brian Williams and council member Songezo Maqula.
ANC MPL Sharon Davids is in hot water after being found guilty of inflating her travel claims.
Danny Oosthuizen went watch An Evening With Evita Bezuidenhout and had the honour meeting this phenomenal person in real life.
A crisis in the public health sector is inevitable, due to the Department of Health's freezing of vacant posts, doctors and nurses' unions said.
A new project celebrates Cape Town Castle, 350 years old this year, and honours key figures in our past, writes Michael Morris.
Only a few hours into his trial, a national award-winning teacher has been acquitted of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old child.
A heartbroken Cape Town father whose son was killed in a hit-and-run last year has taken the investigation upon himself.
The City of Cape Town is cleaning up its statute books and plans to repeal more than 300 by-laws, many of them dating back to the 1950s.
The family of Naushad Deshmukh, who was abducted this week, is becoming increasingly distressed as they have not heard from him or his abductors.
A Halloween party in Noordhoek went horribly wrong when young girls collapsed, allegedly after having their drinks spiked.
Heroin accounts for over a third of drug-related deaths in SA, according to a new study.
People who want to drive are opting for heavy motor vehicle licences because the test is easier and allows you to drive a car as well.