Two armed suspects were nabbed by Law Enforcement officers in Wynberg at the weekend. This comes after the duo targeted a butchery in Maynard road. Metro police spokesperson, Wayne Dyason said the armed suspects robbed staff and customers and made off with an undisclosed amount of cash. Dyason said the[…]
South African National Parks (SANParks) has announced the reopening of numerous burnt areas of Table Mountains National Park on Friday, following a devastating fire in April. The three-day blaze wreaked havoc on the mountain, destroying hundreds of hectares of land and numerous historical buildings. In June, an investigation by Enviro-gro revealed[…]
The Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) has reiterated calls for Jumuah to be prayed at home amid adjusted alert level four regulations. Government implemented a ban on all gatherings, including religious and social, to contain the spread of covid-19 in the country. The MJC had, at the start of the week,[…]
Gift of the Givers teams have been dispatched to various flood-stricken areas across the Western Cape. This as five days of continuous rainfall has resulted in flooding and damage to property across the province. Thousands of households in at least 25 locations have been affected by the wet and windy[…]
Western Cape health authorities say they’re working to sustain the sector, amid a 51% week-on-week increase in the number of new coronavirus cases, driven by the Delta variant. Western Cape hosts the second highest number of cases after Gauteng, which faces severe challenges. There are currently over 18 500 active[…]
According to reports, GOOD Party Secretary-General Brett Herron has laid a criminal complaint against the Cape Town Mayor, Dan Plato, for allegedly flouting Covid regulations. This follows the celebration of the Mayoral Community Service Awards at the Civic Centre on Tuesday. The event was attended by award recipients and councilors[…]
With the Protection of Personal Information Act coming into effect on Thursday, South Africans have been sending messages such as administrators will be required to obtain consent for being part of a WhatsApp group. The executive for technology, media, and telecommunications at ENSafrica, Wilmari Strachan, said this depends on the[…]
Various departments are, on Wednesday, working to assist residents of Cape Town affected by the cold fronts hitting the Western Cape. A storm made landfall on Sunday evening, prompting weather warnings of heavy downpours and wind gusts of up to 140 km/h. The strong winds have damaged properties in numerous[…]
The City of Cape Town says it is liaising with the owner of a PPE store in Beach Road, Maitland, over a sign that has stirred debate over the legality of spreading misinformation. This after commentators complained that the company had not applied for the proper authorization, under the City’s[…]
The Police Ministry says it continues to note with interest the public debate around the proposed amendments to the Firearms Control Amendment Bill for 21 days. Since the Bill was published in the Gazette for comments 21 May, over 100 000 written submissions have been received. The comments received oppose[…]
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