R3.2-million grant from the new Mzansi National Philharmonic Orchestra declined as concerns rises over transparency and governance.
water protesters lock and close the municipal water and sanitation offices in Matatiele during protest as their taps run dry.
The City will pay attention to beaches, clubs and other party hotspots as matriculants celebrate their results on Friday, 20 January.
‘All our hard work is worth it when residents get involved in events and we are able to empower and enrich their lives through programmes,’ said the Head Librarian.
The much-loved V&A Food Market in Cape Town will be closing its doors to the public for good this weekend. Here’s why…
The Department of Tourism recently held its graduation ceremony for all the students who have completed their in-house Wine Service Training Programme
The EFF has called on relevant structures to investigate the recruitment process at Strand High School, alleging racism.
An ‘unknown Indian man’ was brutally murdered after being pulled over by his attackers on the busy Van Riebeeck Road near Saxenburg Park.
An aardvark washed up at Milnerton’s Beach in Cape Town recently. The SPCA has ruled out drowning as a cause of death.
Damaging WAVES are expected on Sunday in several parts of South Africa. Here is a list of the affected areas.
The HEATWAVE conditions are expected on Sunday in several parts of South Africa. Here is the affected areas.
Tourism in Cape Town boomed during the festive season with its international airport reporting a 98% recovery in international visitors.
SHAME ON THEM: Ten suspects were arrested in connection with the burglary of a warehouse belonging to the NGO Gift of the Givers in Cape Town
A woman who was arrested for allegedly assaulting a two-year-old toddler left in her care is expected to appear in court.
The Fish Hoek Beach in Cape Town has been closed to the public until further notice due to a sewer overflow.
The body of a police officer from Lingelethu West was found with stab and gunshot wounds. His firearm was also taken.