Heavy rain, strong, damaging winds and potentially flashfloods are expected in some areas, said Cape MEC, Anton Bredell.
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Private security companies in KZN have accused the police minister of trying to disarm their industry.
The detective handling the case, Warrant Officer David Cele, in an affidavit said there was no evidence to place Ndebele at the scene of the shooting
The UWC’s first vice-rector, Professor Jaap Durand, has finally revealed a secret he has kept for more than three decades.
Last month alone six Ga-Rankuwa taxi drivers and commuters were robbed at gunpoint by thieves pretending to be fellow commuters
The victim is currently being taken to hospital in a critical condition, Prem Balram director of Reaction Unit SA confirmed.
A 45-year-old man stepped in front of the train near the old Clovelly train station in Fish Hoek.
There was a humorous ending to Duduzane Zuma's court proceedings when his lawyer shouted "Mshini wam"
Despite financial statements indicating a qualified audit, the DA caucus in the Oudtshoorn Municipality awarded senior officers a 14% performance abonus
Flood victims displaced during April’s storm have threatened to invade land in Reservoir Hills because they claim that eThekwini has turned a blind eye to their plight.
Mayor Herman Mashaba on Thursday unveiled 42 new ambulances that were bought by the City of Johannesburg’s Emergency Management Services.
While the Kimberley police have confirmed the death of a one-year-old baby boy, who reportedly died from the cold following exposure to the elements, Electro Park residents have varying versions of what happened.
The Human Evolution Research Institute at UCT investing in black women who want to pursue careers in archaeology, geology and evolutionary biology.
This year’s State of the Province address (Sopa) in the Northern Cape is expected to cost “substantially less” than the R1.78 million budgeted, with many of the frills being cut.
The ANC in KZN has warned that there will be consequences for those who participate in protests in support of embattled eThekwini mayor Zandile Gumede.
MEC Mxolisi Kaunda got to experience first hand the frustrations of so many Durbanites who have to stand in long queues at testing stations
Paramedics were lured by a fake emergency call to Inanda, inland of Durban on Wednesday where they were shot and robbed of a cellphone
Many refugees feel ostracised by South Africans, who often shun them because they do not speak the languages of the country.
A series of closed meetings on recent rural safety concerns have been held by Police Minister Bheki Cele, Community Safety MEC Albert Fritz and top cops.
Due to an intense cold front, Western Cape residents should brace themselves for extreme weather conditions from around 10pm tomorrow.
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