The Western Cape’s Education MEC is proposing sweeping changes to the school education act, which could see “inspectors” make a return.
Two brothers, who for the past 23 years have grown flowers on a farm in Tokai, are facing eviction.
The first blind-friendly park was unveiled in Bellville by the Athlone School for the Blind and the City of Cape Town.
Outraged residents disrupted a sitting of the Kannaland council after the resignation of V's municipal manager, Morne Hoogbaard.
Serious allegations of espionage have been levelled against established cigarette manufacturers in a court application.
UCT has established a task team which will facilitate debates across the university community about the changes required to curricula.
The so-called crowbar gang know your schedule as well as you do, according to an interview with an alleged gang member being shared on social media.
Jason Thomas Rohde, arrested after the death of his wife, has armed himself with a pathology expert and a team of lawyers.
Three principals are in trouble after the Gauteng Education Department found they did not use the online application system ...
A police officer is in hospital after he was shot as he and colleague tried to arrest three suspects fleeing the scene at ...
More than half of the maintenance defaulters in the Western Cape have been brought to book over the past year.
Homeless man Bryan Nkono says that new clothes were taken from him during raids by law enforcement officers.
Slain Hawks police officer Petrus Holz was forced to stop on the N2 "hell run" after bricks and stones placed in his path damaged his tyres.
A man has been arrested in his Joburg home for the death last month of Susan Rohde.
Teaching posts at Western Cape schools will not increase in 2017 despite about 25 000 new pupils entering the province in 2016.