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.
President Jacob Zuma will on Saturday mark his 72nd birthday with celebrations in the Western Cape.
The Democratic Alliance has replied to a report by non-partisan website Africa Check assessing the party's Twitter posts on its delivery record.
Port Elizabeth police are on high alert in the Gelvendale area, after three shooting incidents were reported over two days.
ANC councillor Loyiso Nkohla has been expelled from the party for his involvement in faeces-dumping protests in Cape Town last year.
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has focused on the province's achievements over the last five years, saying it had the country's "best story".
ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa has accused Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille of neglecting delivery in the Western Cape.
At least one person has died, and another is missing following heavy rains which caused flooding across the Western Cape.
Authorities in the Western Cape are conducting continuous assessments to determine the extent of flooding caused by heavy rains.
The Concourt has dismissed Minister Nathi Mthethwa's attempt to have a policing commission of inquiry in the Western Cape declared unconstitutional.
The ANC membership of seven men linked to recent sanitation protests in Cape Town has been temporarily suspended, says a Western Cape party official.
The Western Cape education department will seek leave to appeal a court ruling setting aside a decision to close 17 schools.
Cape Town's poo protesters have vowed to continue dumping human waste at state institutions in protest of portable toilets installed in their homes.
A decision to close 17 Western Cape schools at the end of last year has been set aside.
Thuli Madonsela has asked health officials investigate allegations of racism and ill-treatment of patients at two Western cape health facilities.