Young footballers fly SA flag in China30/7/2014 5:31
A Western Cape team comprising the cream of the players who participated in the recent Easter Bayhill under-19 soccer showpiece in Belhar is flying South Africa’s flag in an international tournament in China.
Housing project for Langa30/7/2014 5:16
The city of Cape Town is spending close to R510m on a housing project for Langa. The announcement was made in a meeting between senior city officials and the Langa joint committee.
Hawks corruption trial resumes29/7/2014 7:34
The trial of two former Hawks members accused of corruption is expected to resume in the Specialised Commercial Crime Court in Cape Town on Tuesday.
Lwandle public hearings resume29/7/2014 7:22
An inquiry into the removal of people from Sanral-owned land in Cape Town will resume its public hearings on Tuesday.
Cape Town Stars swell the ranks in NFD29/7/2014 1:34
This makes the Western Cape the most represented province in the first division, with Santos, Milano United, Vasco Da Gama and FC Cape Town already established the R300000-monthly grant league.
Food parcels for early Eid29/7/2014 1:30
Hundreds of pupils, teachers and all other staff members at the Strand Muslim Primary School got an early Eid present when they received food packs on Friday.
City wants to secure land29/7/2014 1:26
The city of Cape Town said it would look into making partnerships to secure land in a bid to cater for the growing demand of housing.
Lamoer on police stats29/7/2014 12:03
Western Cape police chief Gen Arno Lamoer yesterday rubbished reports that 25% of police across the country are gun incompetent.
Man held for cop's attempted murder28/7/2014 13:41
A man has been arrested in Mitchells Plain in connection with the wounding of a Cape Town traffic officer, the city said on Monday.
City blames Challenge organiser28/7/2014 1:17
The city of Cape Town has hit back at claims that it denied the event organiser for the Cape Town Challenge the permit to hold the event in the city because it did not comply with the city’s events by-laws.
UCT extends olive branch28/7/2014 1:11
TheE University of Cape Town has extended an olive branch to the Higher Education Transformation Network (HETN) after threats of legal action over the new admission policy which seeks to diminish race as the basis of equity.