Cape Town


Bo-Kaap to be declared national heritage site - Nathi Mthethwa

2018-12-17 17:17

A process to have the Bo-Kaap declared a national heritage site will begin early in the new year, says Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa.

The daily struggle of living in a wheelchair and all alone in a shack

2018-12-17 07:16

"If you are in a wheelchair and living in a shack, doing the simplest things, like brushing your teeth, requires work," says 38-year-old Malibongwe Ntanjana.

Mom heartbroken over baby’s mystery illness: 'I wish for someone to hear our story'

2018-12-14 19:17

At just six months old little Odin Adams has faced many challenges.

Stormers set to change Super Rugby management team

2018-12-14 18:03

The Stormers have confirmed that there will be changes to their coaching staff for the 2019 Super Rugby season.

Colin Booysen in court for alleged witness intimidation

2018-12-14 16:09

Taxi boss Colin Booysen has appeared in the Bellville Magistrate's Court - this time for allegedly intimidating a witness.

WP fume at Toulon after Etzebeth dealings

2018-12-14 14:19

Western Province and the Stormers are unhappy with French giants Toulon and their dealings with Eben Etzebeth over a move to the club after the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

'It was seriously bad' - Fire rips through Monkey Town in Somerset West

2018-12-14 11:22

Staff at the Monkey Town Primate Centre in Somerset West are picking up the pieces after a late-night fire destroyed the restaurant building and some animal enclosures.

Toulon boss met secretly with Etzebeth in Paris

2018-12-14 09:15

Eben Etzebeth’s deal with French club Toulon was finalised on the Springboks’ year-end tour to Europe.

Slight improvement in backlog at Western Cape High Court

2018-12-14 06:13

But 16 judgments have been outstanding for at least six months.

Winde wants provincial police force for Western Cape

2018-12-13 20:34

The DA's candidate for Western Cape premier Alan Winde says he will take his bid for a provincial police force as far as he can.

 

'Every attack on a farm is an attack on our country' – ANC Western Cape condemns farm attacks

2018-12-17 14:21

The ANC in the Western Cape has spoken out against the spate of farm attacks in the province, after three recent murders.

Four accused of extorting 'protection money' from Somali shopkeepers denied bail

2018-12-14 22:39

Four men have been denied bail in a case involving the alleged extortion of protection money from Somali shopkeepers based in Delft, Cape Town.

Probe into corruption, nepotism and poor governance claims at Robben Island Museum

2018-12-14 18:05

An independent investigation has been instituted into allegations of corruption, nepotism and poor governance by the Robben Island Museum.

SJC on victory in police resources allocation case - It's been a long time coming

2018-12-14 17:05

A judgment recognising the unfair allocation of police resources on the basis of race and poverty has been a long time coming, the Social Justice Coalition says.

Pay cuts still 'on the table' at cash-strapped WPRU

2018-12-14 16:05

2019 promises to be a testing year for the Stormers and the Western Province Rugby Union.

Stormers unveil 2019 Super Rugby jerseys

2018-12-14 13:33

The Stormers have unveiled their new Super Rugby jerseys for the 2019 season.

More legal woes for Colin Booysen after he is arrested again

2018-12-14 11:17

Taxi entrepreneur Colin Booysen's legal woes have become more tangled following a night in a Cape Town jail after he handed himself over when he heard that he was being sought by police, says his lawyer.

This is SA’s most expensive hotel room at R151,200 per night – and includes a 10-seat dining room, and personal cinema

2018-12-14 06:44

The 211 square metre room - roughly double the size of the average South African home - is situated on top of a renovated grain silo.

When a tide becomes a trickle: Of droughts and markets

2018-12-14 06:05

What can investors learn from the weather? If the Western Cape's recent drought is anything to go by - quite a bit.

Cape Town agrees to transfer R114.3m Salt River site for 10% of its value for housing

2018-12-13 20:19

The City of Cape Town has agreed, "in principle", to sell the Salt River Market site to a "social housing institution" for 10% of its market value for an 820 unit mixed-use development, it says.

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