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A teenage girl was admitted to hospital suffering from hypothermia and another with a leg injury, the National Sea Rescue Institute said.
The Constitutional Court will hear an application for leave to appeal a ruling against a damages claim by the mother of a Down's syndrome child.
Complaints over a recommendation that Cape Town police officers should speak Xhosa are premature, Western Cape community safety MEC Dan Plato said.
Torrential rainfall, gale-force winds, 6m swells, floods and snow are set to hit the Western Cape this week.
A decision to remove 12 councillors from the Oudtshoorn municipality was set aside by the Western Cape High Court.
Unexpected technicalities delayed court proceedings in a case involving five people allegedly involved in an online dating scam.
The MyCiTi bus service is Cape Town's biggest black economic empowerment project, mayor Patricia de Lille said.
The land illegally invaded in Philippi is destined to become the site of a significant new job-creator and economic hub.
Traders in the Mitchells Plain Town Centre says criminal incidents have become an almost daily occurrence.
She satisfied her urge to learn by reading magazines at the house she used to clean. Now she’s off to the US to study.
The Department of Community Safety has six months to set up a task team to deal with youth gangs in Khayelitsha.
Students at CPUT are allegedly being told to write their finals in English after three years of writing in Afrikaans.
A Cape Town family's 20-year battle for "fair" restitution has come to an end in the country's highest court.
The Hawks have been called in to investigate the theft of critically endangered cycad plants in Cape Town.
A referee who was the whistleblower in a football match-fixing scandal, says his colleagues called him a spy.
A bid by an ANC opposition grouping for a high court order to enable them to topple the DA-led Bitou council failed.
Cops involved in the Lwandle evictions may have acted outside of the law, a ministerial inquiry heard.
A driver who allegedly killed a homeless man when he crashed into a car dealership, is set to face charges.
After being attacked during a protest in Khayelitsha, Dr Elizabeth Augustine is considering going back to the UK.
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