The University of Stellenbosch has appointed former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela chairwoman of social justice in its law faculty.
ANC Western Cape provincial secretary Faiez Jacobs said the proposal to sell alcohol at schools was not only misguided, but dangerous.
A student accused of setting fire to a CPUT security office - with two officers trapped inside - was released on R3 000 bail.
Students from UCT and the University of Pretoria will be able to access their online curriculum without incurring any data costs.
The cabinet has denied claims by students that the government is targeting the #FeesMustFall movement.
CPUT’s management have agreed that 12 students who were arrested during violent protests may attend its general meeting today.
Samwu has asked mayor Patricia de Lille to look into claims that the City of Cape Town is employing “whites only” in management posts.
The State is opposing bail in the case involving farm owner Martin Visser who allegedly murdered his employee in Lutzville.
The Nyanga doctor accused of raping a patient claims the woman asked him for money and then made the allegations against him, a court has heard.
The fire that destroyed a department at an Atlantis textile factory has left workers concerned over their future income.
In efforts to make its white elephant more financially viable, council plans to lease spaces and parking in the precinct for 10 years.
Bright future forecast for new African and South African Pro 50 Class champion.
The University of the Western Cape has suspended face-to-face classes, with students given the choice of writing exams next month, or in January.
Pupils and staff at the Academy Private School in Cape Town are struggling to come to terms with the death of their deputy principal.
After a day of violence, UWC suspended face-to-face lectures, but says students will still be able to write exams in December and January.