A humpback whale appeared to show its gratitude to volunteers who freed it from entanglement by resting its massive head ...
The Table Mountain National Park is considering erecting lookout towers in Lower Tokai Forest in an effort to improve safety in the area.
Education MEC Debbie Schafer is exploring regulations which will compel schools to ensure pupils pass a grade before being progressed.
More than a year after EFF MP Nazier Paulsen quit the Cape Legislature, the provincial parliament is still battling to get him to return a laptop.
All appears on track for the Airports Company of SA to proceed with plans to realign its main runway at the Cape Town International Airport.
The Cape Argus accompanied Cape Town’s Vice Squad while they were conducting their weekly operations, arresting sex workers for illegal activities.
Retired archbishop Desmond Tutu has became the 1 000th face of the Scalabrini Centre's "Let's Face It" campaign.
Businessman Irshaad Hunter Laher, at the centre of an investigation into the alleged supply of guns to Cape gangs, has lost ...
Colleen Louw runs not one, but two radio stations that have been market leaders for a long time, writes Gasant Abarder.
A man is set to appear in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on fraud charges after he allegedly impersonated a city pharmacist.
Embattled South Peninsula High principal Brian Isaacs is fighting a decision by the Western Cape Education Department to suspend him six months ago.
Allegations of vote-buying dominated the first sitting of the Western Cape provincial legislature after its lengthy recess.
The people of Streetscapes have started making and selling Dignity Sandwiches - named after The Dignity Project launched by the Cape Argus in April.
Africa is littered with broken universities that held great promise a few decades ago, but are now essentially defunct as ...
A family is living in fear of being torn apart after Home Affairs denied a father the right to stay in SA because of a mistake ...