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Over 3,000 pupils yet to be placed in WC as academic year kicks off

Wednesday is the first day of a fresh school year with over one million pupils returning to class in the province.

Cape Town could have 16 new trains in service by mid-year

On Monday, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula conducted an oversight visit onboard one of the new, so-called 'people's trains'.

Cape Town firefighters working to contain Slanghoek blaze hotspots

The City of Cape Town's Fire and Rescue Service said an emergency call was received just before 9 pm on Thursday of mountain slopes alight.

Four arrested for killing 4 rhinos at Inverdoorn game reserve

Four suspects have been arrested in connection with the killing of four rhinos on a game reserve outside Cape Town.

Cape Town Tourism launches Pocket-Friendly domestic tourism campaign

It is the second year the tourism body and the City of Cape Town will be running the Pocket-Friendly campaign for domestic travellers.

Western Cape police warn of new car sales scam

Police said vehicles are advertised by criminals at seemingly bargain prices on social media platforms to lure their victims into a scam.

Addo Elephant Park ready to welcome visitors during free SANParks week

It's the 16th annual SANParks Week, and South Africans will have free access to the Addo, Table Mountain, Kruger and the Tsitsikamma section of the Garden Route National Park.

Here's why you lose cellphone signal during power cuts

Cellphone networks have provided reasons as to why you are unable to send messages and make calls at some stages when blackouts kick in.

WC seeing rise in trauma cases under level 1 lockdown

Tight lockdown regulations have shown alcohol sales bans result in lower trauma cases.

Sail on: Cruise tourism set to return to CT

The first ship is scheduled to dock on 18 November and a further 36 cruise liners are expected between that month and May.

‘115 years of life of Margaret’- Zulu lauds milestone birthday of WCape elder

Margaret Maritz was born in 1906 and is believed to be the oldest living resident in the Western Cape.

‘Open for business' - Cape Town Tourism seeks upswing amid eased COVID rules

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the number of passengers on the Johannesburg-Cape Town route dropping from around 4 million in 2019 to just 1.75 million in 2020.

Toursim Month: CT Tourism has discounts and free access for those vaccinated

September is Tourism Month and the theme for this year is: 'Tourism for Exclusive Growth'.

CT launches it’s first drive-through vaccination site at Athlone Stadium

At the launch of the drive through site on Thursday in the parking lot of the stadium, a group of cyclists and motorists waited excitedly to get their jabs.

It's official: the Western Cape has exited its COVID-19 third wave peak

Infections, hospitalisations and deaths are all showing consistent declines.

CT disaster officials on high alert to assist residents following heavy rain

The winter storm that made landfall in the Western Cape on Thursday afternoon moved further inland.

It’s flower season: Bloomin’ beautiful scenes at the West Coast National Park

West Coast National Park acting park manager Pierre Nel said this flower season should be one of the best because there had been good rainfall in the area this year.

CT opens second mass vaccination site in Athlone

Athlone Stadium has hosted some big sporting events over the years now it's become a mass vaccination site in the fight against COVID-19.