'No-one wears a mask and social distancing is a joke': PE sees Covid infection ...

Motherwell didn't look like a Covid-19 hotspot on Friday night as throngs of revellers - most of them without masks - packed taverns and bars.

Liquidate ‘dishonest’ Road Accident Fund urgently, high court urges

The judge is scathing in her judgment of two cases, and pointed out that they were not isolated incidents

Up in smoke: UK businessman cries foul after SA firm offloads his product to ...

A British businessman is suing a South African company for allegedly cheating him out of R1.3m worth of agricultural product and then selling it off ...

Anger as KwaSizabantu’s internal probe clears itself of rape and other charges

The organisation’s investigation has cleared it of most allegations, raising the ire of former members

After nine years, Cape magistrate is in dock for negligent driving

Nine years ago, Cape Town mother Verna Cloete thought she had her future figured out.

Cape Town police net suspect with drugs worth R100,000

Cape Town police on the lookout for extortion rackets in the CBD netted a suspect in possession of drugs worth R100,000 on Friday.

Cape Town policeman bust for smuggling dagga to a prisoner in exchange for R300

A Cape Town police sergeant risks losing his job for allegedly smuggling contraband to a prisoner.

Lawyers' KwaSizabantu probe clears mission of string of allegations

The embattled KwaSizabantu Christian Mission has released a glowing report absolving itself of damning allegations – including rape – made by former ...

Western Cape hits some economic highs, with a little help from cannabis

Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, Cape Town and the Western Cape province expect an economic boost of more than R10.3bn and 10,500 full-time jobs in the ...

Maties student takes on tree-killing beetle

A Stellenbosch doctoral student is at the forefront of the battle to save SA’s trees and forests from an invasive Asian beetle that kills them.

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