Grabouw protesters stone cars15/9/2014 18:44
Protesters in Grabouw threw stones at cars stuck in a traffic jam on the N2 from Cape Town on Monday afternoon, police said.
Rubber bullets fired at Grabouw protesters15/9/2014 15:45
Police fired rubber bullets and used teargas to disperse more than 1000 people protesting over service delivery at the Grabouw municipal offices in the Western Cape.
Court rules emails admissible12/9/2014 17:19
A Cape Town court ruled on Friday that testimony about sensitive emails found on a former Capitec official’s laptop were admissible against him.
Residents want mayor to leave12/9/2014 12:20
This was the overwhelming message of hundreds of residents of this rural town, about 20km from Oudtshoorn, took part in a protest march to the local community centre this week.
Newton Fund helps SA scientists11/9/2014 12:36
The Newton Fund will provide the opportunity for South African scientists to partner with their British counterparts to work together to solve health problems in the country.
Kranshoek Monument – a reflection of history11/9/2014 12:32
This year’s theme for Heritage Month is celebrating 20 years of democracy and tell your story that moves South Africa forward and the Kranshoek Monument central to the Griqua culture, is one of those untold stories.
MEC welcomes sentence11/9/2014 12:29
A heavy sentence handed down to a Chinese poacher has been welcomed by government, environmental affairs and development planning MEC Anton Bredell.
Tidal pools now accessible to all10/9/2014 1:53
The Mother City has concluded a landmark agreement with the Brass Bell Restaurant and the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa), ending an 18- month impasse over public access to the coastline and public tidal pools in Kalk Bay.
‘All schools need physical education’10/9/2014 1:49
Physical education must be accorded its rightful place in all schools as a health tool for learners and as a stand-alone subject in the education curriculum, says a delegate who attended a physical education presentation by the University of Stellenbosch’s sports science department.
MyCiTi Bafana overtime10/9/2014 1:45
MyCITI buses will be operational later than normal this evening to ensure soccer enthusiasts travel home safely after the match between Bafana Bafana and Nigeria’s Super Eagles.
DA lodges SAHRC complaint over toilets8/9/2014 16:14
The DA lodged a complaint with the SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) on Monday regarding the increased use of the bucket toilet system in three provinces.