Lesley-Ann Meyer, the new head of the Table Mountain National Park, has big plans to make the park safer and better for users.
Constania residents have slammed Cape Town city’s plan to amend two of its by-laws to regulate filming in the city.
Helen Walne finds that looking for a house in Cape Town that doesn’t cost more than R2m is a big, fat, hilarious joke.
Danny Oosthuizen writes that the voice of street-based people is vital in public discourse so that politicians cannot make ...
The ANC’s PEC in the Western Cape has removed Siyazi Tyatyam as the party’s deputy chief whip in the provincial legislature, ...
The Tokai flower sellers and their employees who live on the former Porter Reform School land have been given two weeks grace before they are evicted.
While projections show that 16 universities could be in the red next year, UCT has suggested fee increases only be applied to the wealthy.
As part of the annual Access to Justice week, 60 attorneys have joined the Department of Justice in offering free legal advice ...
Robbing a fellow student of his smartphone has earned a man 12 years in jail. Now his mom is trying to find a way to fight the “harsh” sentence.
A humpback whale appeared to show its gratitude to volunteers who freed it from entanglement by resting its massive head ...
The Table Mountain National Park is considering erecting lookout towers in Lower Tokai Forest in an effort to improve safety in the area.
Education MEC Debbie Schafer is exploring regulations which will compel schools to ensure pupils pass a grade before being progressed.
More than a year after EFF MP Nazier Paulsen quit the Cape Legislature, the provincial parliament is still battling to get him to return a laptop.
All appears on track for the Airports Company of SA to proceed with plans to realign its main runway at the Cape Town International Airport.
The Cape Argus accompanied Cape Town’s Vice Squad while they were conducting their weekly operations, arresting sex workers for illegal activities.