Western Cape Premier Helen Zille says a project for which R2bn had been budgeted as far back as 2013/2014 will not be able to continue because the national Department of Water and Sanitation has run out of money.
The City of Cape Town has emerged victorious in a case in which it approached the courts to order a developer of the Hout Bay Beach Club to remove infilling material from the floodplain of the Disa River.
The Western Cape High Court has not accepted an agreement between the State and Wasief Buxbey for the murder of Stellenbosch student Robyn Pearce who was found stabbed in an apartment building in Sea Point.
With members of the Gupta family on the run from the Hawks, their Constantia mansion appears to be abandoned. Despite this, the City of Cape Town has installed a water management device on the premises, which is usually installed as a result of excessive water use.
Get all the action as members of Parliament debate President Cyril Ramaphosa's first State of the Nation Address, former Western Cape police commissioner Arno Lamoer is found guilty of corruption and this man is caught on CCTV trying to 'peek up woman’s skirt'.
Congress of the People leader Mosiuoa Lekota has asked President Cyril Ramaphosa and Parliament who will decide who gets the land, if they go ahead with plans for land expropriation without compensation.
One of the eight people arrested by the Hawks during raids at a number of Gupta compounds - including their Saxonwold home and reportedly at one of their offices in Sandton - has been granted bail in the Bloemfontein Regional Court.
The trial of the man dubbed the "Springs monster", and his wife, who are accused of the decade-long abuse of their five children, has been postponed in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, due to an outstanding psychologist's report.