News Cape Town
The refugees that have been seeking asylum in a Cape Town church and surrounding areas are running out of options as the city seeks to execute a court order.
Eskom has decided to get real qtough on PRASA by unplugging the Western Cape rail system over alleged non-payment by the rail operator.
One of SA's most colourful singers, Sho Madjozi, will represent her people at the 2020 Design Indaba. She'll be a presenter and will talk about the history and future of the Xibelani - a knee-length skirt worn by Tsonga women.
Police Minister, Bheki Cele, called Cape Town police officers thugs that belong in jail and the city's mayor Dan Plato wants an apology.
Communities in South Africa are sick and tired of violence and crime, especially against children and women. In an act of rage, the homes of alleged drug dealers in Goodwood were torched.
The City of Cape Town has emerged the victor after the Western Cape High Court ruled in its favour in the battle against refugees in the region.