Parliament has taken a hard line against SABC lawyers who penned a letter demanding answers from the ad hoc committee probe into the SABC.
The news that one of the men convicted of raping and killing her daughter in 1999 has been granted parole has opened up old wounds for Sylvia Farmer.
Seven years after the Athlone cooling towers were demolished, the City of Cape Town is still uncertain when the site will be developed.
The Social Justice Coalition has accused SAPS bosses of dragging their feet when it comes to protecting their members and the communities.
With dam levels in the Western Cape dipping below 40 percent, the province may be left with no choice but to implement tighter water restrictions.
The stand-off between Police Minister Nathi Nhleko and Speaker Baleka Mbete regarding a disciplinary hearing against Robert ...
Hlaudi Motsoneng may have left the SABC, but his local content quotas will remain in place, the public broadcaster says.
ANC NEC members are in Cape Town for a final probe into claims of rigging in the selection of councillor candidates ahead of 2016 municipal elections.
Even tighter water restrictions are coming soon for Cape Town residents, but officials deny reports that taps could run dry.
Taxi drivers and motorists notch up 2000 fines in the CBD in six months, and don't seem to care - or pay them.
Firefighters must have a passion to do their job, a firefighter said, after it was reported that some firefighters claim that they are overworked.
UWC was the hardest hit in the Western Cape during the #FeesMustFall protests, racking up a bill of R58 million in damages.
Both private and state-owned facilities charge for parking and two state hospitals charged for access-controlled parking.
A 12 year-old Rastafarian pupil is being excluded from a Khayelitsha school because of his dreadlocks.
A picture of a woman in a cage on the back of a bakkie as sparked outrage, but the bakkie owner has explained what happened.