The Western Cape government has pledged R2.37 million to help financially support the Cape Minstrels, Malay and Christmas choirs, the provincial department of cultural affairs said on Monday. “The [department]… considers the annual events of these groups to be fundamental to preserving the Western Cape’s culture and heritage and therefore[…]
The Western Cape is facing a shortage of vital medication, as a result of “poor management”. The late award of pharmaceutical tenders by the National Department of Health as well as the removal from contracts of coded medicines not listed in the National Essential Medicines list, has led to certain[…]
A man was arrested after he alleged shot dead a police officer in Nyanga, police said on Saturday. The 38-year-old police detective constable was shot around 6.30pm on Friday, while pursuing the man, who was wanted in connection with several murder cases, Captain Frederick van Wyk said. “The member died[…]
Crime statistics for the Western Cape will be released on a monthly basis, the province’s community safety MEC Dan Plato said on Sunday. “I have instructed my department to specify that the provincial commissioner must provide… regular crime statistics on a monthly basis,” said Plato in a statement. He said[…]
Premier Helen Zille and Minister Debbie Schafer will on Monday announce the Western Cape’s targets for the upcoming National Senior Certificate examinations. The Premier and the Minister will be highlighting how the Western Cape will interpret the results, when they are released in January next year, touching on key indicators[…]
Just under 5500 new land claims have been lodged around the country, but most of the claimants want money, not land, the rural development and land reform department said on Wednesday. “[A total of] 5495 claims have been received at lodgement sites across the country. The majority of these have[…]
Five correctional services officials accused of working with a gang to commit various crimes in prison were arrested in Worcester on Thursday, Western Cape police said . “The officials aged 33, 36, 40, 41 and 43 will be charged for offences relating to the drug trafficking and corruption acts,” Lt-Col[…]
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