What happens when a whistleblower decides to copy and steal an employer’s secret information and give it to the media
The Langa Dompas Museum in Cape Town is steeped in the history of the township which celebrates its centenary this year.
The City of Cape Town has been using private security and its own law enforcement officers to escort workers into Philippi.
Minister of Transport has replied with a flat “no” to plans by the City of Cape Town to take over the passenger rail service in the city.
Dozens of mostly elderly women with walking sticks picketed at the gates of Nyanga Community Health Centre on Tuesday.
An international study confirms that eight out of ten grade 4 learners still can’t read for meaning in 2021
Heavy rains over the weekend caused widespread flooding in various parts of the Eastern Cape, South Africa.
About 100 members of the Knoflokskraal Khoisan occupation protested on Saturday morning, demanding basic services.
Loadshedding is affecting waiting times at the Dunoon Community Health Centre in Cape Town, with patients saying they queue for hours.
There are about three other communal taps in the area but they have been vandalised and no longer function.
While South Africa faces a deepening literacy crisis, teachers in Makhanda are battling in overcrowded classrooms, they need more teachers.
The conditions for about 500 refugees living at a camp in Bellville Paint City, Cape Town appear to be getting worse.
Ongoing mediation between the board and the CEO of the Cape Town City Ballet has left the company in disarray.
The Ekurhuleni municipality has been taken to court by residents of an informal settlement over the kind of toilets the state must provide.
Rietgat station in Soshanguve which used to get electricity from the train station has not had electricity for three years.
Elderly people have been complaining about poor services at the Nyanga Community Day Clinic in Cape Town.
Advocate Elaine Zungu led evidence showing that the judge ordered payment to Siyaya when she chaired the PRASA board
Guns stolen by two police officers killed more than 1,000 people, Gun Free SA and nine families claim in court papers
The National Reading Plan was supposed to help provincial education departments improve literacy between 2019/20 and 2023/24.
Hundreds of protesters from Limpopo villages closed two main roads on Tuesday demanding that the road from Musina to Thohoyandou be tarred.
Pregnant women who are immigrants are being turned away from some clinics in Gauteng, in spite of a court ruling
For a year, families living at Cato Crest informal settlement near Mayville, Durban have not had a ward councillor
Katlego Bereng, whose charred body was allegedly used as a decoy in convicted murderer and rapist Thabo Bester was buried on Sunday
Sewage spilling out of broken pipes and manholes in the North West that part of the cemetery is flooded and graves are inaccessible.
Monica Matsie, the mother of Katlego Bereng, weeped at the memorial service for her son in Bloemfontein on Thursday afternoon.