Fog delays Cape Town flights24/5/2013 12:37
Flights to and from the Cape Town International Airport were diverted on Friday morning due to heavy fog, the Airports Company SA (Acsa) said.
Row over rental housing24/5/2013 12:34
THE community of Imizamo Yethu in Hout Bay is up in arms over the city’s plans to build rental housing units in the area.
Annual festival calling all dancers23/5/2013 15:45
Organisers of the annual Baxter Dance Festival are calling for entries from dance studios, schools, companies, groups and independent dance-makers for its gathering this year.
Kirstenbosch wins its 33rd gold23/5/2013 15:26
Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden has won its 33rd gold medal for its exhibition at the annual Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show in London
Off-duty prison officer shot23/5/2013 12:59
An off-duty correctional services officer was shot dead in Cape Town in the early hours of Thursday, Western Cape police said.
Cape Town cyclist killed22/5/2013 8:45
A Cape Town cyclist died when he swerved to avoid traffic and fell under a bus while on his way to work, The Cape Times reported.
Anger as accused walks21/5/2013 20:22
Outrage greeted the news that charges against one of the men accused in the brutal rape of Anene Booysen were withdrawn at the Bredasdorp Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday.
Western Cape toll interdict welcomed21/5/2013 19:21
The Western Cape High Court's decision to halt the proposed N1/N2 Winelands Toll Highway Project pending a review was welcomed from various quarters on Tuesday.
Staggie granted day parole21/5/2013 17:37
The Breederiver parole board has granted former gangster Rashied Staggie day parole, the Western Cape department of correctional services said on Tuesday
No rule prohibiting same-sex marriage21/5/2013 16:46
The Methodist Church did not have a rule prohibiting its members or ministers from marrying someone of the same sex, the Western Cape High Court heard on Tuesday.
Sanral respects toll interdict21/5/2013 15:56
Sanral accepts the Western Cape High Court's decision to halt its proposed N1/N2 Winelands Toll Highway Project pending a review, a spokesman said on Tuesday.
Open Streets initiative in city21/5/2013 15:31
Observatory residents will host the Open Streets initiative this weekend in a bid to “enable citizens to move and use streets freely, safely and creatively”.
Charges withdrawn in Anene Booysen case21/5/2013 14:04
Charges were dropped on Tuesday against one of the men accused of raping and killing teenager Anene Booysen, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said