Aron Hyman is a multiple award-winning Cape Town-based reporter covering crime, justice, politics, investigations, and human interest.

Anti-gang unit section commander Charl Kinnear shot dead in Cape Town

Anti-gang unit section commander Col Charl Kinnear was shot dead outside his home in Cape Town on Friday afternoon.

Western Cape gears up for overseas flights and return of tourists

The first international flights to Cape Town since SA went into lockdown in March are expected to arrive on October 1.

Grieving family returns ashes after morgue mix-up in Cape Town

The body of their son, a 27-year-old murder victim, was switched with the body of a man who fell off Table Mountain.

Cederberg municipal staff were told 'not to cooperate' during raid: SIU

Cederberg mayor Sylvia Qunta says the municipality is considering taking the Special Investigating Unit to court over a search and seizure operation ...

Biker killed in suspected underworld hit was 'warned to leave Cape'

A suspected underworld hit claimed the life of 40-year-old Stephan Venter when he was shot dead outside a restaurant in Gordon’s Bay on Thursday ...

Western Cape premier Winde wants international borders reopened

Western Cape premier Alan Winde says he will ask President Cyril Ramaphosa to scrap all disaster regulations affecting industries and open ...

Fish shop worker shot dead alongside two gangsters in Cape Town hit

A gang execution in Cape Town claimed the life of a man in his 20s who was killed with two alleged gangsters while he was peeling potatoes in a fish ...

EXCLUSIVE | Cape protection rackets accused of casting net wider after lockdown ...

Until the lockdown, the underworld bosses behind Cape Town's protection rackets concentrated mainly on nightclubs.

Cele lays down law on competence of Cape Town enforcement officers

Police minister Bheki Cele laid into the City of Cape Town in parliament, airing tensions between his department and the council law enforcement ...

How testing sewage will help detect next wave of Covid-19 infections

Western Cape epidemiologists will start testing sewage for signs of new waves of Covid-19 infections as the province continues to see declines in ...

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