The City of Cape Town has dismissed reports that water would be cut off to households on Sunday as part of a move to intensify water restrictions.
The Cape of Good Hope SPCA has raised concerns about the growing demand for mambas, Cape cobras, boomslangs and puff adders, and tortoises for muti.
Former public protector Thuli Madonsela tells Ryland Fisher that she loves the ANC, but she loves South Africa more.
Hundreds of women, men and children gathered outside the Iziko Museum in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington scheduled for later.
While saving five guests staying in cottages on Druk My Niet wine estate from a fire, farm supervisor James Johanneson lost his own home in the blaze.
An aspiring rapper from Cape Town who was diagnosed with severe brain damage a decade ago, survived against all odds and turns 21 this month.
At least five Somalian nationals were arrested in Khayelitsha for unlicensed firearms, police said
Police are investigating allegations that the wildfires, which have been raging in the Western Cape, were started by ANC members.
Even tighter water restrictions are coming soon for Cape Town residents, but officials deny reports that taps could run dry.
Taxi drivers and motorists notch up 2000 fines in the CBD in six months, and don't seem to care - or pay them.
A woman accused of kidnapping her friend’s eight-month-old baby claims the mom loaned the infant to her in exchange for R10 to buy tik.
Firefighters must have a passion to do their job, a firefighter said, after it was reported that some firefighters claim that they are overworked.
UWC was the hardest hit in the Western Cape during the #FeesMustFall protests, racking up a bill of R58 million in damages.
Both private and state-owned facilities charge for parking and two state hospitals charged for access-controlled parking.
Stuart Jacobs sacrificed one of his own kidneys to help colleague Alan Henry who suffers from a hereditary kidney disease.