Matter involves findings of a social audit completed by Equal Education, which investigated problems affecting 244 schools across the Western Cape.
Should a commission of inquiry be set up, or is a task team enough? Stakeholders bump heads over the way forward.
The City is considering implementing next level water restrictions after dam levels have only risen about 5% since the recent storm.
Mossel Bay Municipality chief financial officer Marius Botha believes court “erred substantially” when convicting him of fraud and money laundering.
Fires that devastated Knysna and Plettenberg Bay resulted in largest convergence of firefighting personnel and resources ...
Close friends and relatives of Western Province and SA Rugby Union legend Achmat Isaacs came out in their numbers to pay their final respects.
Chaos which preceded a decision to disband party’s biggest region stemmed from “fierce opposition to discuss the state of ...
The Western Cape ANC says it will be going to the party's policy conference this weekend with a proposal for lifestyle audits for all leaders.
The largest structure within the Western Cape ANC has been dissolved amid talks of factional infighting.
Embattled KwaZulu-Natal Health MEC Sibongiseni Dhlomo has met the SA Human Rights Commission over collapse of the province's oncology services.
Chamber of Mines applied to the high court for an urgent interdict to prevent the implementation of the Reviewed Mining Charter.
The Special Investigative Unit was roped in following the report by the public protector and the ad hoc committee into the SABC.
The Home Affairs Department is being slapped with about 50 cases of litigation on a weekly basis.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said her department has not formulated a definition of the term “decolonisation” of education.
“We can never tolerate what we have seen on social media. We have identified 13 officials who did not comply with the code of conduct.”
Shack dwellers movement Abahlali baseMjondolo accused her administration of presiding over the death of its members, saying “bodies were piling up”