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21 days ago
222 Cape teachers guilty of using corporal punishment
222 Cape teachers guilty of using corporal punishment

Although corporal punishment is illegal, 501 allegations of corporal punishment were reported to the Western Cape Education Department in a year.

22 days ago
Unlocked devices key to Alban murder
Unlocked devices key to Alban murder
Crime & Courts

The prosecution may have finally unlocked two iPhones and an iPad which could shed more light into the murder of American ...

22 days ago
Bo-Kaap refinery is unsafe and smelly
Bo-Kaap refinery is unsafe and smelly

A Bo-Kaap non-profit organisation is threatening legal action against plans by a local jewellery manufacturer to start operating ...

22 days ago
Traffic cops shot outside Khayelitsha library
Traffic cops shot outside Khayelitsha library
Crime & Courts

Two female traffic officers were shot in Harare, the City of Cape Town’s Safety and Security Directorate said.

22 days ago
Eyes in the sky nab Cape smash-and-grabber
Eyes in the sky nab Cape smash-and-grabber
Crime & Courts

Using its eyes in the sky, the City of Cape Town’s Metro Police arrested a suspect moments after he had allegedly carried out a smash-and-grab.

22 days ago
‘He’s a rapper, not a killer’
‘He’s a rapper, not a killer’
Crime & Courts

The mom of an alleged Cape hitman linked to four murders said he is no killer, but a rapper with a message of peace for the youth. [VIDEO].

22 days ago
Is 'negligent' driver a contract killer?
Is 'negligent' driver a contract killer?
Crime & Courts

The Hawks are probing whether a 25-year-old man nabbed in Sea Point could be a contract killer responsible for several murders and attempted murders.

22 days ago
Bakkie heist caught on camera [PICS AND VIDEO]
Bakkie heist caught on camera [PICS AND VIDEO]
Crime & Courts

Opportunistic thieves were caught on camera casually opening the canopy of a bakkie that stopped at a traffic light before making off with goods.

23 days ago
‘Voting does not put food on the table’
‘Voting does not put food on the table’

In Merweville in the Western Cape life is hard, and voting for politicians ignorant of their woes is not a priority.

23 days ago
Prison bakery will save R 400 000 a year
Prison bakery will save R 400 000 a year
Crime & Courts

Turning out 1 000 loaves on its first day of operation, Brandvlei prison’s new bakery aims to help the correctional services ...

23 days ago
Row over Tafelberg sale delay
Row over Tafelberg sale delay

Lawyers and the provincial government are at loggerheads over an extension for a decision on the proposed sale of the Tafelberg site land.

23 days ago
Suspect in dock for murder in police cells
Suspect in dock for murder in police cells
Crime & Courts

A suspect has appeared in court in connection with the slaying of 18-year-old Gerdo Karelse in a holding cell at Beaufort West police station.

23 days ago
Independent schools on the rise in Western Cape
Independent schools on the rise in Western Cape

The number of independent schools in the Cape have increased exponentially over the past five years, and this growth is expected to continue.

23 days ago
Cape Town fines soon payable by SMS
Cape Town fines soon payable by SMS
Industry news

City rolling out SMS technology that will enable motorists to pay fines by phone, tablet or PC.

23 days ago
Prof to challenge UWC suspension
Prof to challenge UWC suspension
Crime & Courts

Professor Brian Williams is set to take his expulsion from the University of the Western Cape's council to court.