Refugee organisation leaders were encouraged to work together and speak with one voice at an event commemorating Human Rights Day
The City started demolishing shacks in Newlands and Ezihagwini on 18 March and continued operations this week.
Cape Town and Durban’s King Shaka International Airports were the big winners at the recent Skytrax World Airport Awards.
As summer continues in the Western Cape, the official dam level stats in the province continue to fall, sparking warnings to residents.
Eskom confirmed that there will be no load shedding until 16:00 on Tuesday, 21 March. The City of Cape Town has updated its plan accordingly.
For the 8th time in a row, Cape Town International Airport has been crowned the ‘best airport in Africa’ at the Skytrax Awards.
She was one of the complainants in a Competition Commission case that resulted in antiretroviral medicines becoming affordable
About 280 families live in Zinzi informal settlement in Khayeltisha, established at the height of the Covid pandemic in July 2020.
The Cape of Good Hope SPCA made a commitment to ensure that justice would be served for the animal victims of the Du Noon animal hawker.
Councillor says rubbish container can’t be moved onto nearby private land; landowner says no one has ever asked him
Cape Town’s Central railway line, closed since 2019, is to partly re-open on Monday, says the Passenger Rail Agency of SA.
Bob the turtle has swum over 2 000km back to Cape waters after his return to the sea after spending eight years at the Two Oceans Aquarium.
Local wildlife photographer Alex Aitkenhead has posted pictures of a juvenile thresher shark carcass that washed ashore at Sunset Beach.
No money for staff as funders suspend payments during investigation into fraud by former manager Xolani Klaas
A new site in Zonnebloem in Cape Town has been identified instead of the Robbie Nurock Day Hospital in Buitenkant Street
This Saturday, the Cape Town Carnival returns to its original street parade format for the first time since 2019.
The Cape Town Refugee Reception Office is expected to officially open its doors for asylum and refugee services on Monday, 20 March.
As summer continues in the Western Cape, the official dam level stats in the province continue to fall sparking urgent warnings to residents.
A pedestrian crossing where vehicles almost never stop, an informal market that is starting to use bicycles to deliver their product.
A man who fell into the harbour at the V&A Waterfront was fortunately rescued thanks to the quick thinking of a skipper on a nearby boat.
Land reserved for Cape Town’s notorious unfinished Foreshore freeway project has been relinquished by the province to the City.
The body of a 79-year-old hiker who died on Lion’s Head in Cape Town this week has been recovered and handed over to SAPS. RIP.
Dozens of youths burned chemical toilets, tyres and rubbish on Japhta Masemola Road in Town Two, Khayelitsha, on Tuesday evening.
Malawians in Malmesbury, Western Cape, have accused police of failing two come to the aid of two Malawian men when they were murdered.
The City of Cape Town’s General Valuation Roll 2022 (GV2022) is now open for public inspection – and complaints.