Twenty-three Cape Amalgamated Taxi Association drivers arrested for attempted murder following the taxi violence have been set free.
Local and provincial government officials have denied Cosatu's claims that resources in the Western Cape were being distributed along racial lines.
What can be more thrilling than witnessing a “David v Goliath” success, asks Independent Media cricket writer Zaahier Adams.
Mango Groove say they are thrilled to be part of the line-up for the free concert which kicks off the Cape Town International Jazz Festival.
The Cape Argus SportShow will host the third Sports Science Institute of South Africa’s Schools Sport Summit this weekend at Sandringham.
South Africa's current account deficit narrowed more than expected in the fourth quarter of last year to its lowest in nearly six years.
threat of violence as Delft Taxi Council says they will not allow Cape Amalgamated Taxi Association to operate there.
The national Department of Health has asked Treasury for more money as it has a budget shortfall of R11.4 billion which would cripple its operations.