Protesters warned that the men charged with gouging out a woman's eyes should be denied bail for their own safety.
Fifteen pieces of City of Cape Town-owned land will soon go on the market for commercial and mixed use.
Thousands of commuters were again stranded after protesters set a Khayelitsha station and train alight.
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Just over three years ago Agcobile Kosana, 13, was a budding athlete, now she is on the donor list for a new heart.
The DA will probe the surge in child murders after parliamentary data revealed an alarming increase last year.
The State is opposing bail in the case of a 19-year-old man who allegedly stabbed his disabled mother to death.
ANC activists in the Cape are set to challenge the current provincial leadership, calling them “power hungry elites”.
Illegal street racers blamed for causing mayhem and death in Cape Town over the weekend.
High-tech device increases cyclists' awareness of rear-approaching vehicles.
A man died and hundreds of houses were affected after a magnitude 5.5 quake struck South Africa and beyond.
Gunshot injuries and trauma are on the rise as society’s innocents get caught in the middle of gang warfare.
Road authorities have reported carnage on Western Cape roads – with 27 deaths since Friday.
Helen Zille has called for a by-law that will empower the City of Cape Town to shut down scrapyards selling stolen copper.
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