Man held for cop's attempted murder28/7/2014 13:41
A man has been arrested in Mitchells Plain in connection with the wounding of a Cape Town traffic officer, the city said on Monday.
City blames Challenge organiser28/7/2014 1:17
The city of Cape Town has hit back at claims that it denied the event organiser for the Cape Town Challenge the permit to hold the event in the city because it did not comply with the city’s events by-laws.
UCT extends olive branch28/7/2014 1:11
TheE University of Cape Town has extended an olive branch to the Higher Education Transformation Network (HETN) after threats of legal action over the new admission policy which seeks to diminish race as the basis of equity.
Case involving Hawks postponed26/7/2014 12:26
A heavy court roll on Friday caused the postponement of a corruption trial involving two former members of the Hawks, to Tuesday.
Bookkeeper was a 'people pleaser'26/7/2014 12:15
A mother of two, convicted of embezzling R6.8 million, was a "people pleaser" who was easily influenced by strong personalities, the Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court heard on Friday.
Prayer for peace25/7/2014 4:45
The community of Bonteheuwel has vowed to fight gang violence and not allow the area to be run by a few trigger-happy delinquents.
City offers SMMEs support24/7/2014 5:01
Cape Town has called on small and medium enterprises and entrepreneurs in Khayelitsha township and across the city to take part in the business and employment support programmes offered by the city.
CTCB to celebrate Women’s Day24/7/2014 4:34
Following the success of their Women’s Day production last year, Cape Town City Ballet (CTCB) will stage the Three’s Company on August 9 for one performance only.
Zuma sets team for energy plan24/7/2014 12:41
President Jacob Zuma has named a team of ministers to drive the country’s energy programme at the Cabinet level.