Nkandla officials hearing postponed30/9/2014 16:01
The disciplinary hearing against public works department senior project manager Jean Rindel and several others over refurbishments at President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home has been postponed.
Nigerian four travelled on SA documents29/9/2014 21:59
Four people killed in the Nigerian building collapse were travelling on South African documents, causing confusion about the local death toll, an official said on Monday.
Zille attacks Zuma over nuclear deal29/9/2014 11:28
The urgency and secrecy of the deal South Africa is looking to strike with Russia for the supply of up to eight nuclear power plants means "someone is up to no good", DA leader Helen Zille said on Monday.
Cycle tour entries close29/9/2014 12:26
Cyclists still looking to secure a place in next year’s event should visit www.cycletour.co.za and follow the links to charity group entries.
Environmental health hits success29/9/2014 12:20
As the world commemorates World Environmental Health Day, city health’s dedicated team of environmental health practitioners have a lot of success to look back at with pride.
Refurbished clinic launched in Plett29/9/2014 12:15
The opening of the R5m renovated New Horizons Clinic to the impoverished community in Plettenberg Bay now places a critical healthcare facility at the doorstep of residents.
Cape overberg fire extinguished27/9/2014 12:47
A fire that has raged for most of the week in the mountains between Swellendam and Barrydale in the Western Cape has been extinguished, an official said on Saturday.
Three held for murder in Western Cape27/9/2014 7:04
Three men, believed to be gang members, have been arrested in connection with a spate of murders in Worcester, Western Cape police said on Friday.
Fire fight in Cape overberg scaled back26/9/2014 19:21
Efforts to put out a fire that broke out in the mountains between Swellendam and Barrydale in the Western Cape had to be scaled back on Friday because of poor weather, an official said.
Opposition walks out of Nkandla committee26/9/2014 13:20
Opposition parties on Friday walked out of Parliament's committee on the Nkandla controversy after the ANC refused to agree to call President Jacob Zuma and to enforce the public protector's findings against him.