CT motorists call for clarity over 'confusing' Ou Kaapse Weg signage
The City's transport authority says it will take at least 6 weeks to try and address confusion over road signage on Ou Kaapse Weg.
[LISTEN] Post Office replies to emails about opened and delayed parcels
‘We sometimes find parcels coming into the country with items that are not allowed in the country.' - Mark van Rensburg
Punitive tariff hike for water guzzlers to hit CT households where it hurts
Harsher punitive tariffs on the cards as 'Day Zero' becomes a reality as the result of 60% of Capetonians who ignore water limits.
What level 6B water restrictions mean
Most Capetonians still exceed the daily limit of 87 litres of water per person per day and soon that could cost them. Council will vote to introduce level 6B water restrictions which will reduce the target to 50 litres per day.
The best music events for the first bit of 2018
Whether you want to relax or party hard, here's where you can get some great music!
[LISTEN] Stories about coming out of the closet
‘She was there to try to persuade me that I should think twice about being gay.' Eusebius McKaiser
Multi-faceted artist Dada Khanyisa's work acts as a social mirror
The artist's final year art project Father Figure is an autobiographical installation that refers to her own life
Ajax Cape Town creates opportunities for disadvantaged children through football
Ajax Community Scheme Coordinator, Riyaad Kahn says the club wants to provide youth in gang-ridden communities opportunities.
Cape Town to implement level 6B water restrictions
The City of Cape Town will be implementing level 6B water restrictions from 1 February - this means daily consumption per person, per household has been cut to 50 litres.
Kanye West, Kim Kardashian West don't have name for new baby
Kanye West claims he and Kim Kardashian West 'can't think' of a name for their baby daughter.
Empower Shack gives dignity to people living in squatter camps
The project builds double-storey affordable houses for people living in informal settlements.
How to promote social media wellness for teens
Parenting educator, mentor and trainer Colleen Wilson says parents need to start talking and educating their children.
City of CT mulls reducing proposed drought levy following outcry
The public has already railed against a drought charge with an unprecedented number of more than 60,000 comments received.
Train derailment scuppers plans to reopen CT central line
Officials were preparing to get services back on track on Thursday morning but last night a train derailed between the Heideveld and Netreg stations.
Longer breastfeeding tied to lower diabetes risk for mothers
Mothers are advised to continue breastfeeding for at least one year, a practice that previous research has linked to a lower risk of depression, obesity, and certain cancers.
SAA cancels flights to Mauritius as island hit by cyclone
The airline says it regrets any inconvenience caused by the cancellation of its flights, adding that the priority is always the safety of its passengers and crew.
New fast bowling sensation Lungi Ngidi, SA's boy next door
The Proteas' fast bowling star Lungi Ngidi is the man of the moment after he took six wickets as SA beat India in the second Test.
[LISTEN] Property Masterclass: Buying vs Renting"
‘Banks are realising that the barrier to entry is becoming a bit of a problem & causing congestion in the rental space.’ - TT Mbha