A Cape Town man charged with the illegal possession of a loaded semi-automatic pistol claimed in court that police "planted" the pistol in his hand.
A 74-year-old grandmother was allegedly punched in the face and smothered to death with her own bloody pillow, by an addict wanting drug money.
In 10 days’ time, Charne Ruiters, 13, will fly to Joburg where she will begin what her grandfather has called her “opportunity of a lifetime”.
The devastating Helderberg basin fire has been raging for 3 days, and is now mostly under control. Here are some interesting stats about the blaze.
A man who was imprisoned two years ago is using his experience to inspire others through storytelling.
Prasa regional manager Richard Walker was single-handedly responsible for the arrest of five suspected robbers in Muizenberg.
SA's top matriculant Conrad Strydom has become a social media sensation after owning the stage at an Education Department event.
BrandSA chief executive commended teachers, learners and families on the improved performance on the national senior certificate examinations.
A Muslim man has slammed the City of Cape Town for being culturally insensitive after his wife was barred from a public pool for dressing modestly.
Grieving mom Cindy Woodward made the shocking revelation that one of the men who allegedly killed Zahnia “laughed” after her baby was shot.
The Cape of Good Hope SPCA has been inundated with complaints of animal abuse over the long weekend and since the start of the year.
Subscribers to the Cape Argus explain why they prefer local content.
SA’s top performer for the 2016 National Senior Certificate, Conrad Strydom, says he worked hard and studied everyday throughout his school years.
Anglo American’s 300-year-old Vergelegen wine farm in South Africa has been damaged by wildfires.
The Cape Argus has evolved over its 160-year history, according to Independent Media executive chairman Dr Iqbal Survé, who ...