The frosty relationship between MEC Debbie Schäfer and members of EE looks set to be thawed after she agreed to meet with them next Monday.
In this open letter, a Grade 10 learner reminds Western Cape education MEC Debbie Schäfer about the dangers he and many others face in their schools.
Equal Education and school pupils protest about school safety outside Western Cape Education MEC Debbie Schäfer's home
They claimed an audit on school safety, sent to Western Cape Education MEC Debbie Schäfer's office two months ago, was being ignored.
Ramaphosa called for the party to hold hands and strategise a battle plan to win back the province and the city from the Democratic Alliance.
Cape Town-based photographer Johnny Miller seeks to give a fresh look at the country’s known disproportions.
The justice and constitutional development department hosted a dialogue for school-goers on constitutional education in Parliament on Monday.
Spend a weekend playing at smackdown in the bedroom, being a Voortrekker or a greenie.
Children who are exposed to gangsterism are at greater risk of becoming perpetrators of violence themselves, according to a study in Mannenberg.
Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille is up against ex-top Western Province cop Lennit Max in the race to lead the Democratic Alliance in the region.
The ruling party is keeping its strategy to recapture lost metros and keep control of others close to its chest.
The president's Western Cape visit ahead of the ANC's birthday celebration was met with discontent as township residents complained of no electricity.
President Jacob Zuma has hit the ground running as the ANC prepares for birthday celebrations amid promises to tackle poverty in the province.
Companies will spend a small fortune to mingle with the ruling party’s bigwigs at its birthday bash in the Western Cape next week.
The group will march to the ANC provincial headquarters for what they say is the ruling party's wrongful political meddling in Prasa's affairs.
The public protector provincial representative in the Western Cape has resigned from his position.
Three people have been arrested for public violence during evictions in Lwandle, when petrol bombs and tyres were set alight.
The DA gained 3.2 percentage points in the Western Cape provincial election - but not at the expense of the ANC.
In the country's only province ruled by the DA, the ANC has made its presence felt, even well after closing time of the national elections.
President Jacob Zuma was in Cape Town targeting the elusive and crucial coloured voters.