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CT beaches expected to be busy this weekend as good weather is predicted

With very good weather in the offing, the municipality expects locals to visit many spaces including public pools and beaches.

Safe dining: Cape Town to close some streets to cars over festive period

From Saturday the Mother City will close some streets to vehicles from 2pm to 11pm and open them only to pedestrians and diners to allow for more safe outdoor seating.

Capetonians warned to brace for 'damaging' gale-force winds

Winds of up to 100km/h are expected from later on Thursday.

George municipality battles power cuts, water outage in aftermath of floods

The downpours and flooding has caused extensive damage to the power network.

73,966 WC matrics gearing up for final exams

The Western Cape Education Department said that the first exams to be written would be the English Home Language, English First Additional Language and English Second Additional Language papers.

Happy birthday Arch: Desmond Tutu celebrates his 90th on Thursday

Besides planning to attend a special service at the St George's Cathedral in the city, Tutu and his wife Leah will be spending the day at home in Cape Town, surrounded by loved ones.

CT hikers warned to beware of snakes on trails as weather warms up

Snake rescuers are warning hikers to keep their eyes peeled on trails for snakes emerging from their winter slumber.

Search resumes for man missing at sea in Kalk Bay

He fell off a paddle-ski about 30 meters off-shore before disappearing under water.

It's official: the Western Cape has exited its COVID-19 third wave peak

Infections, hospitalisations and deaths are all showing consistent declines.

CT disaster authorities on standby ahead of adverse weather this week

From Thursday, there will be heavy rainfall, strong winds and wave heights of up to six metres.

SA Weather Service issues warning of bad weather in WC, GP

The cold fronts are expected to make landfall on Thursday with heavy rain predicted spreading over the entire Western Cape province by Monday evening.

WC traffic authorities gear up for Easter long weekend

Western Cape Transport MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela has on Wednesday launched the Easter traffic safety plan in Brackenfell.

Start counting those coins: Steep petrol price hike predicted for April

The Automobile Association said increasing international petrol prices were being worsened by a dipping rand/dollar exchange rate.

No choice but to euthanise 7 of the escaped Bonnievale crocs - CapeNature

CapeNature said that the safety of the surrounding community came first.

Firefighters still battling massive wildfire outside Franschhoek

The fire has been burning high in the mountains for a few days with most fire lines being inaccessible.

African swine fever detected on 2 Western Cape farms

MEC Ivan Meyer has imposed a ban on the sale and movement of live pigs from Mfuleni to limit the disease's spread.

After firefighter's death, WC govt urges residents to avoid sparking fires

Over the weekend, a firefighter from the Overberg district died while battling a wildfire in Barrydale.

Health Dept calls on unemployed nurses as COVID-19 strains resources

The country is currently battling a second wave of infections, which has seen a major spike in people requiring hospital care as well as an increase in COVID-19 related deaths.