The Western Cape faces a race against time to boost dwindling water reserves
The legal team representing the Bromwell Street residents who face eviction have uncovered fresh information which could strengthen their case.
Township residents campaigning for better lighting in their area have accused the city of continuing apartheid-era spatial planning practices.
Engineers have unveiled a desalination wastewater plant that, they say, could make turning seawater into drinking water more affordable and palatable.
Police say they are closing in on the person behind a bomb attack on a Durban family which left three people seriously injured.
As Beaufort West prepares for a by-election this week, flamboyant former mayor Truman Prince has expressed his willingness to serve at the helm again.
Reverend June Major is suing the Church for allegedly failing to provide important information timeously, which she says cost her a job in Australia.
The City of Cape Town has plans in place to ensure residents would still have water, even if the winter rains are not sufficient to refill the dams.