The Western Cape ministry of economic opportunities says it’s elated over the nomination on the World Travel Awards.
The awards happen to be regarded as one of the highest in the world and take place in November in Lisbon.
The department says the nomination shows how Cape Town has …
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) says it supports the call of a national shutdown which is expected to take place on 1 August.
The march is expected to start next Wednesday at Lilian Ngoyi street in the City of Tshwane and proceed to the Union Buildings …
Economic Freedom Fighters’ (EFF) leader, Julius Malema, has condemned members of Parliament for corruption.
Malema is addressing thousands gathered in Mdantsane in the Eastern Cape in celebration of the party's fifth anniversary.
As proceedings begun, scuffles broke out among supporters, where two people were apprehended by security personnel after running …
Arson is believed to be the cause of yet another fire at Cape Town station late on Saturday afternoon, a City of Cape Town official said.
Cape Town fire and rescue services spokesman Theo Layne said three fire engines, a water tanker, a rescue vehicle, and 19 firefighters were sent …
University of Cape Town (UCT) cardiologist Professor Bongani Mayosi took his own life, according to reports.
Through a statement which appears to be from the Mayosi family, it has been revealed that the much-loved UCT professor has been struggling with depression for the past two years, and had 'taken the …
Transport minister Blade Nzimande says those who have damaged trains in Cape Town will be brought to book.
A special task team comprising the South African Police Service, local and national government, and the National Prosecuting Authority will conclude its investigations by the end of next month.
Within the past …