Union's Xhosa complaint premature: MEC27/8/2014 17:35
Complaints over a recommendation that Cape Town police officers should speak Xhosa are premature, Western Cape community safety MEC Dan Plato said
Maqubela get more time to file papers: report27/8/2014 8:24
The Western Cape High Court has given convicted killer Thandi Maqubela more time to file papers against a court order that resulted in her share of her husband's estate being frozen, The Star reported on Wednesday.
'Contingency plan' for chaos in parly26/8/2014 10:42
A contingency plan will be put in place to deal with any chaotic disruptions to parliamentary proceedings, Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula said on Tuesday.
New chorus master for CTO26/8/2014 2:46
Kernelle, who started playing the organ aged 13, joined the Cape Town Opera choral training programme in 2004, where he received tuition in advanced music theory and choral training for their productions.
Parkdene wins safety contest26/8/2014 2:20
Five students at Parkdene Secondary from George have scooped the first prize of R10000 at the annual Participatory Educational Techniques provincial competition held at Gene Louw Traffic College, Brackenfell, on Saturday.
Kudos for dedicated cop Erasmus25/8/2014 2:20
The commitment of a police officer at Lwandle in the Strand precinct has led to the successful convictions of four murderers.
Family planning made available25/8/2014 1:56
Health care company MSD and the city of Johannesburg support the national family planning campaign launched by minister of health Dr Aaron Motsoaledi in February.
More caregivers needed25/8/2014 1:32
The government has told a South Africa-US partnership programme for the protection of children in Cape Town that it will train 7000 caregivers over the next three years to look after vulnerable and poor children.
UCT prof says gangsterism is a social development issue22/8/2014 1:28
University of Cape Town criminology department’s prof Elrena van der Spuy said: “It’s not just a lack of jobs, we need to address all the factors involved in the formation of gangs, which include youth facilities.”
Power switch-on at Enkanini22/8/2014 1:17
Enkanini is no longer in darkness thanks to a R103m electrification project that has connected another 2085 households to the electricity network. Large parts of Khayelitsha are connected to the Eskom power grid as are sections of Philippi and Mfuleni in the province.
MPs return to the National Assembly21/8/2014 16:36
Members of Parliament started re-entering the National Assembly around 4pm on Thursday after Economic Freedom Fighters MPs disrupted business in the House.
Zokwana assures farmers on land reform21/8/2014 7:34
Government has not moved away from its policy of expropriation of land without compensation, Agriculture Minister Senzeni Zokwana, said on Wednesday.
MEC slams new visa regulations21/8/2014 2:27
Winde said he has received correspondence from concerned hoteliers, travel agents and tour operators from across the Western Cape about the regulations to come into effect on October 1.