Somali-owned shops in Site C, Khayelitsha, closed for business on Friday while the community buried another three shopkeepers.
Marli van Breda, who who survived the triple axe murder massacre, is expected to be a key witness in the trial of her accused brother Henri.
The adage hell has no fury like a woman scorned rang true for a cheating farmer when his wife laid charges against him of engaging in prostitution.
Elderly tenants at a Cape Town complex are angry at the management’s decision of scrapping the security-guard system at the residence gate.
Community Safety MEC Dan Plato strongly condemns killing in the Western Cape and calls on communities to speak up against issues of gangs and drugs.
School safety is a continuous concern but the Western Cape Education Department claims to have strategies to combat gangsterism at schools.
Pics taken of a man and his friends on Christmas Day two years ago with a stolen camera led to the arrest of two men accused ...
President Jacob Zuma's State Of The Nation Address will leave motorists and pedestrians with temporary road closures, Parliament has said.
Prejudice and why interfaith harmony matters were amongst the topics discussed when World Interfaith Harmony Week was celebrated.
Triple murder accused Henri van Breda appeared briefly at the Western Cape High Court where his case was set for trial on March 27.
Western Cape health department ambulances will now be escorted by police when responding to emergencies in certain townships.
Supreme Court grants City of Cape Town leave to appeal decision made by High Court Judge Leslie Weinkove to halt eviction of Wynberg residents.
Authorities in Cape Town have their hands full as parents use children to soften the hearts of motorists when begging on the city's streets.
Sixto and Lucia are one of the hottest new acts – and the hottest couple – of the Great Moscow Circus.
"...simfice ugogo elele phansi ibhulukwe lisezinyaweni.