Bus Plunges Downhill and Kills Three

A total of 26 people have been injured while three others have been confirmed dead in an accident in which a bus tumbled down a cliff in the Western Cape on Saturday. The bus, which was carrying some players of the Franschhoek Rugby Club which were going to a match, is said to have veered off the Franschhoek Pass after the driver lost control of the bus in an attempt to avoid a cyclist. According to some Western Cape emergency officials, the bus accident occurred when the dr... Read more »
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By Oliver Ngwenya On Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014

Lwandle Evictions: City of Cape Town and Sanral Shift the Blame on Each Other

Dozens of people were left homeless after being evicted from Sanral-owned land in Lwandle informal settlement in the Western Cape. This resulted in violent protests, which have led to arrests of several individ... Read more »
By Oliver Ngwenya On Thursday, May 1st, 2014

South Africans Living Abroad Cast their Votes

As the election race hots up, it behoves the media to take the coverage of the antics of the electioneering parties a gear higher in order to keep the public informed about who is doing what and also to keep th... Read more »
By Mvusi Ngubane On Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013

Informal Settlement Leaders offer Zille Ultimatum

Cape Town’s premier, Helen Zille, has been handed an ultimatum by leaders of Cape Town Informal Settlements threatening to stage a “radical march” next year should their demands not be met. On... Read more »
By Mvusi Ngubane On Monday, October 21st, 2013

Teenager Beheaded in Satanic Act

Cape Town- Saturday evening revealed the outcome of a sinister act as the head of a 15-year-old boy, Lee Heinrich Adams, was discovered buried in the front garden of his alleged murderer – a 17-year-old male ... Read more »
By Mvusi Ngubane On Thursday, October 10th, 2013

High Court Rules Nkandla Report Urgent

President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla homestead is once again under an investigative eye as a bid by the Democratic Alliance for a report on the residence’s upgrades has been deemed urgent by the Western... Read more »
By PAW On Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

Arno Carstens Back in Court for Drunken Driving Charge

On Wednesday, award-winning South African rock musician Arno Carstens appeared at the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court in connection with a drinking and driving incident almost three years ago. Carstens and his d... Read more »
By PAW On Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

ANC Sanitation Protesters Suspended

The African National Congress has taken a decisive stand on the battle of poo that has been raging on in the Western Cape. Despite warnings by the party, a group of ANC members continued to pile on the human wa... Read more »
By Ntokozo Sindane On Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

Suspect Held in Connection with Rape of Baby Girl and Young Boy

The month of activism against the abuse of women and children is not off to a good start. This past weekend in Ceres in the Western Cape, a 7 year-old boy and a 4 month-old baby were raped by the same man. Poli... Read more »
By Ntokozo Sindane On Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Capetonians Protest after Blind Musician Was Harassed by Police

Lately, when the police are caught on camera, it is seldom a happy occasion. And with the avalanche of technology that has invaded social interactions, one would expect members of the force to be exemplary when... Read more »