DA will bust corruption: Zille8/3/2014 15:30
A corruption-free government, service delivery to communities and investment towards infrastructure would stimulate growth in the South African economy, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille said on Saturday.
Progress for district six: Nkwinti8/3/2014 14:04
Work on the third phase of the District Six housing development will start next week, Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti said on Saturday.
UCT alumnus rides high5/3/2014 13:48
A former student of UCT’s Graduate School of Business has been appointed deputy CEO of the Botswana Stock Exchange.
More magistrates for courts3/3/2014 10:00
The city of Cape Town has welcomed the appointment of three more magistrates to sit in the municipal courts to reduce the workload in these courts.
WCape horse movement restricted28/2/2014 16:03
The movement of horses in the Western Cape was restricted to prevent the spread of African horse sickness (AHS), Western Cape agriculture MEC Gerrit van Rensburg's office said.
Gordhan walks budget tightrope28/2/2014 9:42
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan walked a tightrope on Wednesday, trying to balance competing needs, as he allocated slices of the budget pie to provinces, with the Western Cape getting the fifth biggest serving.
‘City must pay my R3m’28/2/2014 9:25
The city of Cape Town and a contractor have been accused by a sub-contractor of failing to pay it R3m for several months for work done on the refurbishment of council flats in Manenberg.
Protesters arrested in Cape Town27/2/2014 17:33
Twelve people were arrested for participating in an illegal service delivery march in central Cape Town on Thursday, Western Cape police said.
Man gives Debonairs a slice of his mind27/2/2014 14:55
A Western Cape man has criticised a Debonairs television commercial as misleading because the pizza group's Sea Point, Cape Town, branch does not serve bacon.
Madiba portrait, photo set records27/2/2014 3:36
A famous portrait of Nelson Mandela in his study was yesterday sold for R1m at Stephan Welz & Co auction house in Cape Town, 10 times its estimated value, the auction company said.
Bad drivers blamed27/2/2014 3:17
The carnage on the roads will continue unabated until bad drivers realise that getting caught could ruin their lives, says Western Cape MEC for transport and public works Robin Carlisle.