The City of Cape Town says all its driving and license testing stations due for reopening are operational.
Western Cape Transport Minister Bonginkosi Madikizela says they are looking at the possibility of charging taxi operators who fail to adhere to COVID-19 safety regulations.
The City of Cape Town has tabled a R3 billion social package to support the indigent, disabled and pensioners aimed at offering financial relief during COVID-19.
Human rights group, the Legal Resources Centre (LRC) has condemned the City of Cape Town’s decision to evict people and demolish homes in Empolweni, Makhaza, on Thursday. The centre says the evictions are in contravention of the Disaster Management Act.
Western Cape Community Safety Minister Albert Fritz has tabled an increased budget of more than R800 million for the year 2020 and 2021. Spokesperson Cayla Tomas Murray says the budget, which has been increased by more than 100% will boost the province’s safety plan. Among the key allocations is an additional R11 million to expand […]