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UCT is Africa’s first university to launch online high school platform

Admissions for the UCT online high school opened on Wednesday, with classes scheduled to start in January 2022.

WC govt assures citizens that there's sufficient fuel supply for province

Department officials say fuel shortcomings in KwaZulu-Natal will not be supplied from the Western Cape but will be supplemented by stepping up imports to those regions.

Vaccine registration opens for people aged 35 to 49

More than four million COVID-19 vaccine shots have so far been administered in the country, with government setting a target of close to 12 million people to vaccinate in this age-group.

WC dam levels rise to 71.5% as rain pummels province

Another cold front made landfall on Monday morning, ushering in heavy rains, strong winds and icy temperatures.

CTICC Mass Vaccination Centre of Hope aims to administer 4,000 jabs a day

In partnership with Discovery health, provincial health experts earlier on Tuesday virtually launched the site that is housed at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.

Western Cape could soon be under siege from Delta variant

Provincial health officials gave an update on their COVID-19 management plan on Thursday, saying they were also sequencing samples from other districts to identify where else the variant may be present.

SA shoppers earning R10k+ prioritise prices through sales, new study finds

The annual BrandMapp study surveyed this section's consumer behaviour after the 2020 hard lockdown was lifted and businesses were allowed to start operating again.

Relaxing of licencing requirements for IPP generators a win for SA - SAIPPA

President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Thursday that Schedule 2 of the Electricity Regulation Act would be changed to allow providers to generate more power without having to go through a long-drawn-out licencing process.

Proposed changes to power regulations will pay off in long run - energy experts

The amendment will make it easier for independent power producers to make electricity and sell it into the grid.

WC aiming to vaccinate 70,000 people this week

Since the mass vaccination drive got under way, more than 110,000 people who were 60 years and older in the province had been inoculated.

Calls for relief aid as WC rescue teams deployed to flood-hit Overberg region

Officials said that the coastal towns of Struisbaai and Elim were affected by heavy downpours and strong winds on Wednesday.

CoCT's emergency services on standby for incoming storm

The South African Weather Service has warned of sporadic, heavy rainfall especially during the evening and overnight hours into Thursday.

Intense cold front set to batter CT on Wednesday; emergency services on alert

The South African Weather Service said that strong to gale force winds, rain and rough seas were expected.

Wits joins forces with Biovac to bolster SA's vaccine production capabilities

The collaboration will see viral vectored vaccines being produced in South Africa.

More than a dozen people displaced after Kalkfontein fire

Cape Town fire services say seven homes were gutted in Monday morning's blaze in the Kuils River community.

How WC health authorities use sewage to identify COVID cases in communities

The South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) last year introduced a sewage-based early warning system for the coronavirus in some parts of the country.

Oh croc! Unknown number of crocodiles on the loose in Bonnievale area

Cape Nature, the South African Police Service as well as landowners in the Cape Winelands District scoured the region on Wednesday hoping to find all the reptiles.

Those who get 501Y.V2 variant protected from other variants - SA scientists

A genomics team, led by the Kwazulu-Natal Research Innovation and Sequencing Platform (KRISP), detected the 501Y.V2 variant last year.