Officials have confirmed that six people were arrested after a protest in Cape Town’s CBD erupted into chaos.
Babies will not die if they are weaned on to a low carbohydrate, high fat diet, the panel investigating Professor Tim Noakes’s ...
Cape Town ratepayers will be footing the bill of R414 627 for a “breakaway session” for the city’s 154 DA councillors, sparking outrage from the ACDP.
Police opened fire on students protesting outside Parliament without provocation, one student has said.[VIDEO]
As he delivers his mini-budget, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says SA's economy is now only likely to grow at 0.5 percent this year.
Shocked neighbours heard screams and saw flames, but were unable to help the six people who died killed in a house fire in Bonteheuwel.
From Russia with love comes the Andrei Stenin International Press Photo Contest, on exhibition at the Eclectica Gallery in Cape Town.
It would be cheaper to move Parliament to Pretoria than stay in Cape Town, President Jacob Zuma says.
Thousands of university students are set to march to Parliament ahead of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's budget speech.
A shock announcement by CPUT’s university council has revealed that vice-chancellor Prins Nevhutalu has been placed on special leave indefinitely.
The Western Cape Education Department won’t be increasing the number of posts for support staff despite an expected influx of new pupils.
The final cry of a one-year-old boy who died with his sister in a shack fire will always haunt their neighbour.
The government is taking a tough stance against racists, with proposed punitive sanctions against perpetrators.
Over 100 000 pupils who did not meet the pass requirements at the end of Grade 11 are in matric this year.
An Uber driver was traumatised after she was allegedly assaulted and harassed by a passenger she was driving to work.