Transport and Public Works MEC Donald Grant allegedly lied about where the proceeds of the Tafelberg High School sale would go.
Opponents of the Maiden's Cove development want to the majority of Capetonians out of certain areas, writes Patricia de Lille.
We can make a difference if we work together, writes Murray Williams.
A number of roads and mountain passes in the Eastern Cape and KZN were closed due to snowfalls while the Western Cape braces for storm conditions.
Will Scott, who needs an assistant to push his wheelchair, has slammed MyCiTi bus officials for making them pay for the ride.
As the local elections near, the main parties reveal their service delivery plans for the Western Cape.
Pupils at South Peninsula High School are appealing to the education officials to have principal Brian Isaacs reinstated immediately.
The ACDP lodged a complaint against the DA’s election SMSes with the IEC for what it perceived as a breach of the electoral code of conduct.
Cape Town police seized four new 2016 Land Rover Defenders in a crackdown on a suspected illegal vehicle export syndicate.
In papers yet to be filed in court, suspended SABC anchor Vuyo Mvoko has detailed the public broadcaster's editorial influence.
And Ashraf Allie wants the Athlone and Cape Flats chapter of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry to lead the way, he tells Gasant Abarder.
Minister of Higher Education and Training Blade Nzimande has called for “big and bold” solutions to tackle the bed shortages universities are facing.
According to ANC national spokesman Zizi Kodwa, there is no confusion: troubled ANC Western Cape leader Marius Fransman has not been reinstated.
Three minors have been charged in connection with the murder of a Metrorail train driver while he was waiting on a platform.
A Cape Town grandfather, who has earned his Master’s degree at the age of 71, has now set his sights on starting his PhD studies.