Tertiary institutions in the Western Cape have not been fazed by last year’s #FeesMustFall protests as there has been no drop in applications.
The use of a Drager breathalyser machine in charging and prosecuting alleged drunk drivers came under the spotlight again this week.
Student leaders of universities in South Africa give their views on the 2017 Budget.
The Western Cape’s largest technical college produced 4 gold, 1 silver and a bronze medal at the National WorldSkills competition.
A romantic Valentine’s dinner turned to ashes for a Goodwood family who lost everything when a fire ravaged their family home.
The DA’s newly elected interim leader in the Western Cape has called for unity in the party following a controversial race for the top position.
Andrew Pike relives the 1991 rescue of all 571 people who were aboard the MV Oceanos on her ill-fated last voyage off the Wild Coast.
A number of organisations have come forward to criticise the organisers of Cape Town Gay Pride for its lack of diversity and inclusion.
Berenice Brew crossed an ocean to donate a kidney to her brother Rob Ross, who has been living with only one for 62 years.
Hiking experts have called on SANParks to beef up security and install better signage on Table Mountain following the death of an Icelandic teen.
Lourensford Estate in Somerset West claims car manufacturer Renault is illegally flighting an advertisement by including the estate in its commercial.
Obvious Nyanda sold his computer and laptop to pay his staff after Craig Fegen refused to pay him for catering at a Vodashop commercial shoot.
A number of people have come together to support a 4-year-old boy who was left an orphan two days before Christmas.
A 39-year-old cash-in-transit security guard was shot dead in what is suspected to have been a botched hijacking in Delft.
ASA and Cape Muslim runners are at loggerheads over the display of the logo of the National Lotteries Commission, which Muslims find offensive.