The crown jewel in University of Cape Town’s (UCT’s) symmetrically pleasing main campus is its hall. The campus lies in linear regularity against the iconic backdrop of Devil’s Peak, part of the spectacular mountain range that circles the city.
The University of Cape Town has announced an 8% increase in tuition fees, as well as an accommodation increase of 10% for residences, for 2018.
Western Cape authorities have confirmed 65 cases regarding people who contravened lockdown regulations in the province since Friday.
Refugees in Cape Town gathered at the Central Police Station to hand themselves over for arrest after having been evicted and removed.
The community of Mankosi, outside Ngqeleni in the Eastern Cape, has successfully developed South Africa’s first community-owned internet service provider.
The City of Cape Town says it is ready to welcome Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi to the Mother City on Friday and celebrate her triumph on the world stage with pomp and splendour.
Rhodes University Vice Chancellor, Dr Sizwe Mabizela, has strongly condemned violence against women.
The Eastern Cape Department of Rural Development and Agrarian Reform has set aside R74 million to assist the farming community suffering the drought effects in the province.
A Cape Town author, Valda Jansen, has been awarded South Africa’s largest bursary in support of creative writers in the country.
First Touch Academy coach John Hlako says the trip to and from Cape Town for the South African Football Association (SAFA) National Women’s League this past weekend was taxing on his side.