A young entrepreneur has launched France’s first wine infused with a cannabis extract in the heart of the Bordeaux wine-growing region, hoping to shake up traditions and score with millennials.
Recent statistics show a 29% decrease in crime in the Cape Town CBD in July this year compared to July last year.
Cleaners from the CCID collected 35.5 tonnes of waste in April, which is a lot less than what was collected around the same time last year.
A total of 14 arrests were made over the weekend after several Cape Town city-centre businesses experienced robberies during lockdown.
The DA believe DIRCO CEO Caiphus Ramasha has been deliberately sabotaging the work of the International Relations Portfolio Committee.
The legal status of CBD just changed in South Africa and it was removed from the list of high-controlled drugs. But there’s a catch – the ruling only applies for the next 12 months.
Hemp plants became legal for cultivation after the 2014 Farm Bill was signed by President Trump in December 2018.
The fire which engulfed a government-owned Johannesburg building has been extinguished, but not before claiming the lives of three firefighters.
“Our heroes passed away trying to save people in the building. They rescued 13 people.”
City of Johannesburg mayor, Herman Mashaba, says undocumented criminals are hard to track down.
First soaring petrol prices and now a huge surge in parking fees proposed for the Cape Town CBD. Maybe it’s time to sell the car and get a bicycle?
CPT’s skyline will change dramatically, here
Not everyone is going to be happy with this…
Day Zero has been confirmed as ‘likely’ by the city. It’s going to be a terrifying ride
As Cape Town residents continue their fight against property developers and the City, campaigners have stepped in to support their eviction battle to Wolverivier.