Law enforcement officials are maintaining a strong presence near the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) where a group of foreign nationals has gathered after being removed from a nearby church.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says he will be engaging with police management about complaints that officers did not respond effectively in the case of murdered eight year old Tazne Van Wyk.
Community members of the Connaught Estate in Elsiesrivier in Cape Town have gathered outside the home of eight-year-old Tazne van Wyk whose body was found in Worcester on Wednesday night.
The South African Policing Union (SAPU) has called on the SAPS management to re-establish all specialised units which were closed in 2008.
Traffic volumes have started to increase on all major roads around South Africa as thousands of holidaymakers are returning to their homes after the Christmas holidays.
The Western Cape Health Department says it cannot yet confirm an outbreak of chickenpox at the Central Methodist Church in Cape Town, where more than 800 foreign nationals are being accommodated.
The end of 2019 also marks the end of a decade and it has been a busy one for South African politics. A number of political parties were formed, with some managing to grow in leaps and bounds, while others fell by the wayside as they lost their seats in Parliament.
Over 100 suspected drunk drivers have been arrested in Gauteng alone over the weekend with the highest breathalyser reading ten times the legal limit.
The Wynberg Magistrate’s Court has heard that the investigation into the murder and rape of UCT student Uyinene Mrwetyana is complete and that the prosecution is ready for trial on November 15 in the High Court in Cape Town.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called for law enforcement officials to respect the rights of all human beings and refrain from using brute force against protestors.