It seem that massive corporations and property developers control Cape Town and other centres, with big land parcels going their way for low prices
The Democratic Alliance elections in the province will see Bonginkosi Madikizela go up against the current acting leader, Tertius Simmers
The Woodstock Residents’ Association received a lawyer’s letter after it questioned the City of Cape Town’s submissions ahead of an appeal process next week
The South African National Taxi Council agreed to release a warning notice of any future strike action at least 36 hours in advance
It has also brought to the fore the political power tussle between the DA in the Western Cape and the ANC-led national government
Geordin Hill-Lewis’s administration deserves to be shamed too for the bloodshed the extended taxi strike has wrecked. Not because enforcing traffic rules is wrong but because the way in which it has done so is idiocy
The national taxi council is seeking legal advice to apply for an urgent interdict for the release of all its impounded vehicles
The city council wants to overturn the heritage authority’s resolution to conserve green space
Changes to the law and subsidies for solar, are steps in the right direction
The Nelson Mandela Bay mayor has gone against the DA fray, advising against any coalition with the governing party, which ‘must be punished democratically’
The Democratic Alliance’s federal congress must decide not only who should lead the party during the critical phase in the democratic evolution, but how it should be led, and with what strategic objectives
The South African National Taxi Council says its members can decide if they want to take part in the national shutdown planned for 20 March
Delft housing project at standstill for a third week following intimidation from construction ‘terrorists’
Cape Town mayor says his party must do all it can to thwart ANC-EFF coalition efforts as the latter will destroy South Africa if in power
Civil society organisation Western Cape Gang Watch has said that the spate of violence is the worst the Cape Flats has seen
The price of electricity could go up by 20.5% in April and an upcoming court bid could see users paying surcharges to municipalities
Desmond Tutu will be laid to rest at St George’s Cathedral, fittingly known as the “people’s cathedral”, on Saturday.
It’s the economy, stupid — but also service delivery and corruption. The ANC asks voters to forgive past sins, while the EFF tries to consolidate itself with wild promises of a socialist utopia
Sources inside the DA say that MP and finance spokesperson Geordin Hill-Lewis will likely be named as candidate for Cape Town ahead of the incumbent, Dan Plato.
The DA’s factional battles will take centre stage when the party selects a new mayoral candidate for the city of Cape Town
The surprise 1% reduction will result in a wider, more compliant corporate tax base, according to Ismail Momoniat
President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to announce the government’s long-awaited economic stimulus plan to deal with the effects of Covid-19. The key will be getting loans for a stimulus without ‘selling’ the country.