About 400 pupils in Joe Slovo near Milnerton are attending a school that is not yet registered with the provincial department of education.
Plans have been put in place to repair a canal that funnels water from the Clanwilliam dam to farmers, mining companies and about 45 000 residents.
Residents from Steenberg's Steen Villa complex occupied the steps of the Western Cape High Court to protest "unlawful evictions and high rentals".
The R205 million revamp of the R317 road is set to provide about 85 short-term jobs for people in the Cape Winelands municipal area.
A six-month-old baby girl is fighting for her life in hospital after a shooting that killed her mother in their home at Sweet Farm in Philippi.
The National Treasury has warned that scrapping the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Bill would be disastrous for the country.
As SA faces its worst drought in two decades, fitness centres across the country are doing everything they can to cut back on water usage.
Canal Walk is probing whether or not there is a rodent infestation after a rat scurried out of a loaf of bread on the counter at Woolworths.
In a move supporting the canned lion hunting industry, the government plans to permit the export of 800 skeletons to manufacturers of fake tiger wine.
Pupils and parents from Uitsig High School marched to the Provincial Legislature to hand over a memorandum in the hopes of keeping the school open.
Saving water is a new mobile phone app currently under development at the I-CAN Centre, which will notify users of water consumption issues.
The communications portfolio committee said it wanted "proper people" who understand broadcasting to serve on the SABC's interim board.
The first waste-to-energy plant launched in Cape Town will process 500 tons of waste to produce renewable natural gas and fertiliser.
Dam levels have dropped below 40%, and the City of Cape Town could escalate restrictions to Level 3b, which will aim to further curb water use.
An average of three children a week are killed on SA roads - and many of those deaths could have been avoided.