15 killed in Hartswater accident29/9/2014 7:12
Two more people have died after a bakkie accident on the N18 near Hartswater, bringing the death toll to 15, Northern Cape police said on Monday.
NFP welcomes opening of Kuruman schools27/9/2014 14:23
The NFP welcomed on Saturday the opening of schools in the Kuruman area, in the Northern Cape, following months of disruptions due to protests.
Huge blow for EFF26/9/2014 2:08
The Economic Freedom Fighters were dealt a major blow yesterday when about 100 of its members in the Northern Cape defected to the ANC after branding their leader, Julius Malema a dictator.
Kuruman pupils return to school22/9/2014 11:59
Pupils in Kuruman in the Northern Cape returned to school on Monday after months of protests and disruptions to get a new road built.
‘EFF thrown into disarray’22/9/2014 2:02
Members of the EFF in the Northern Cape are said to be resigning in droves as the party is allegedly in disarray because of poor leadership.
Goegap awes with its flowers21/9/2014 23:13
The Goegap Nature Reserve was named by the Nama people for the reed-filled water spring that quenched their thirst. This 7000ha nature reserve is situated on the eastern side of the beautiful, rocky and serene town of Springbok.
Road shows to highlight employment equity21/9/2014 23:11
Provincial spokesperson of the department, Kebalepile Khula, said the road shows were being held to advocate critical areas in the Employment Equity (EE) Amendment Act of 2013, the Amended Employment Equity Regulations of 2014 and the practical demonstration of the EE online reporting facility for
Education body to visit schools21/9/2014 23:08
The chairperson of the portfolio committee on basic education committee, Nomalungelo Gina, has asked for intensified pupil support in the John Taolo Gaetsewe district, where service delivery protests interfered with schooling for three months.
Spitskop Nature Reserve is a land of beautiful sunsets18/9/2014 23:16
The Spitskop Nature Reserve in the Northern Cape is called the Land of the Sunsets because of its spectacular sunsets and has become a place of choice for holidaymakers both in South Africa and from abroad.
MEC gives vouchers for uniforms18/9/2014 23:14
Social development MEC Mxolisi Sokatsha handed over vouchers for school uniforms to 133 pupils at Ikhaya Senior School in Richmond yesterday.
Work on theatre to resume17/9/2014 23:16
Work on the upgrading of the Northern Cape Theatre will resume at the beginning of next month. The theatre was closed to the public by the department of labour in 2009 because of safety hazards.