Legal Eagle is the horse to beat in the R5 million Sun Met on Saturday, says Rouvaun Smit, leading South African commentator.
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.
Oxfam's report suggests that corporate strategy and a neoliberal public policy agenda have reproduced inequality, writes Ayabonga Cawe
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.
A Cape Town firefighter, who asked not to be named, said the recent blazes had put firefighters under immense strain, and many were starting to crack.
The local soccer scene has helped to bring communities together through integration of residents from all walks of life.
An asylum seeker from DRC is puzzled after his daughter, who had previously attended a local school, was refused enrolment at a Maitland school.
Water restrictions appear to have done little to curb excessive water consumption and, despite billing offenders R33m, the ...
According to the City of Cape Town, the recent spate of fires was suspicious and the cause of the fires were being investigated.