Glynnis Underhill has been in journalism for more years than she cares to remember. She loves a good story as much now as she did when she first started. The only difference is today she hopes she is giving something back to the country.
Cape Town gathered to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela in a blustery memorial.
Mayor Patricia de Lille has announced that the city will hold an interfaith ceremony on the Grand Parade from 5pm this afternoon, with free transport.
The suspended police spy chief claims he is the subject either of a plot to kill him or to frame him.
Religious leaders in Cape Town have taken a new approach to problems in Khayelitsha: they investigated locally instead of staging violent protests.
The Patriotic Alliance was launched in Paarl this weekend "to capture political power so we can transform the lives of our people".
Ex-cons Kenny Kunene and Gayton Mackenzie are deadly serious about their Patriotic Alliance.
A banned march on the City of Cape Town has been called off after the City was granted a court order to stop it from taking place.
The arms deal commission's commitment to investigating criminal liability is being questioned after axings.
The police monitoring body has not given prosecutors any dockets relating to alleged assaults on miners.
Acting chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng says SABC has canned "The Big Debate" because of an editorial policy clash, not at NUM's request.