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The DA on Monday urged Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande to explain the reasoning behind his appointment of five council members at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) implicated in the removal of chairperson Brian Williams. The party
Three men arrested in connection with paediatrician Dr Louis Heyns's murder appeared in the Western Cape High Court on Monday. One of the men, 37-year-old businessman Juan Liedeman, was to have entered a plea and sentencing agreement with the State.
Motorists in Cape Town are being warned that several roads will be closed for the second State of the Nation Address and the Opening of Parliament on Tuesday. Traffic flow in the City bowl will be affected and road users are asked to use alternative
Your hometown is not always the place where you were born. Sometimes a city is so beautiful, in so many ways, it becomes home and is forever missed when you leave. I first visited Cape Town way back in 1975 after first traveling
A new housing development project is being planned to accommodate evicted Lwandle families and others from surrounding areas, the City of Cape Town said on Wednesday. "The city is already in the advanced stage of planning a major new housing project
Irresponsible drivers will have to pay quite a bit more for traffic offences as the minister of transport and public works, Donald Grant, reports that traffic fines in the Western Cape will increase from August 2014. The *chief magistrate of the
The city's eviction drama has taken another turn as tensions rose between Blackheath residents and their new neighbours who were moved from Lwandle last week. On Monday many of the 800 families who were removed last week from Lwandle, Strand,
The "real story" behind the Lwandle evictions in the Western Cape is a political one, DA leader Helen Zille suggested on Monday. "The 2016 local election campaign has begun. That is the prism through which to understand the Lwandle occupations and
Around 800 people protested for better housing in Abbotsdale, on the West Coast, on Friday morning, Western Cape police said. Constable Lorencial Johnson said residents of the town, near Malmesbury, took to the N7 around 04:45 and became riotous. "
Wintry weather will continue to blast the western half of South Africa as a strong cold front batters the Western Cape and spreads east, the South African Weather Service has said. The N3 Toll Concession has warned travellers to be wary of inclement