"Black Sails", a TV series about pirates and one of the largest productions ever made in SA, has put the spotlight on the local film industry.
The ANC says United States President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle should not accept Cape Town's Freedom of the City award.
Prevenar and Rotarix have emptied paediatric wards but the coverage is still too low.
GPs with their own practices are interested in working for the NHI scheme – with caveats.
Sloshing through the maze of tunnels beneath Cape Town offers a fresh perspective on the city.
M&G photographer David Harisson focuses on the sanitation issue in Khayelitsha, which robs the community of their dignity and health.
David Gatebe and Natalia Volgina provided the upset wins at the 44th Two Oceans marathon held in gale force conditions around the southern cape.
Five of 19 pilot whales that beached at Noordhoek Beach in Cape Town have been taken out to sea.
Woodstock is the go-to place for creatives who don’t have money to set up shop in the City Bowl.
About 95% of baboons have been kept out Cape Town since August, says a city councillor.
VIDEO Scores of ink enthusiasts were drawn to the Cape Town Tattoo Expo to admire and share in the work of some of the world's best tattoo artists.
Some say it's about culture. Others believe it's a ticket to debauchery. But the Cape Town Carnival is more than 100 years old and going strong.
Cavendish Square in Claremont is the greatest mall in the history of the world because Cousin Harry said that Cavendish Square is amazing
On January 2 the minstrels hold their annual Tweede Nuwe Jaar parade. But the carnival is caught between being a celebrated event and an annoying activity.
Mobile photography and Instagram has taken off in South Africa, particularly in Johannesburg. See our photos as amateur photographers capture their cities.
Fed-up farm workers have bypassed unions and political parties and have taken matters into their own hands, writes Sean Christie.
The Cape Town government may shut down a facility that gives hope to boys whom society has shunned. Ilham Rawoot reports.
The Philippi horticultural area in the Western Cape is a vital source of fresh vegetables for the city, but now this land is under threat.