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.
Eighteen-year-old South African Climate Justice Activist from Cape Town, Ayakha Melithafa says no one is going to survive climate change if action is not taken now.
Extreme weather events have been topical in the southern African region and beyond in the past decade or so. Prior to tropical cyclones Idai and Kenneth, no major extreme weather event had attracted such international media attention as the Cape Town drought popularly dubbed Day Zero did. Day Zero was the day the taps of Cape Town were anticipated to run dry.
The Western Cape Government has called on the public to be extra vigilant and maintain COVID-19 safety protocols in order to prevent a second wave of the pandemic.
KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala says the province has recorded over a hundred thousand COVID-19 cases so far, surpassing the Western Cape.
One of the Western Cape’s major economic drivers and job creators, the tourism industry, has all but ground to a halt due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week in Creatives Under Lockdown, poet, writer, and director Siphokazi Jonas shares her journey with SABC producer Lerato Matlala.
A Northern Cape family has been shunned by the Pabelello community near Upington, following voice notes, claiming they are COVID-19 positive.
Western Cape authorities have confirmed 65 cases regarding people who contravened lockdown regulations in the province since Friday.