A-ha coming to SA

The band will perform in Cape Town and Johannesburg in February 2020.

Manager arrested, children removed

The 49-year-old manager of the centre was arrested during a sting operation by the Hawks’ Serious Corruption Investigation team.

Youth Day

The District Six Civic Association held a Youth Day braai on Sunday June 16 in Pontac Park.

Win tickets to Snow White

The well-known children’s fairy tale, directed by Cheryl Abromowitz and Caryn Reznik, is recommended for children from two years and up.

Support for Cape Town’s arts and culture

The Cape Town City Ballet, the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, the Cape Town Opera and the Baxter and Artscape theatres received R15 million in funding from the City to further various projects.

Service shows crack in store’s customer care

If any goods were defective, a consumer could return them within six months from the date on which they were delivered to the customer and could claim back his purchase price or ask for a replacement or repair of the defect.

School plants indigenous trees

Arbor Week is in the first week of September in South Africa, but Danie van Jaarsveld, the superintendent of the City’s recreation and parks department, thought it would be a good idea to start planting at the beginning of winter.

School gets boost from business

Marlo Paulse approached a company to upgrade his old school’s library and give it new computers, among other things.

Ribbon of hope at Red Cross

A 200m-long red ribbon was stretched from Kromboom Parkway to Milner Road and it will bear messages of hope from, among others, past patients, schools and organisations.

Red Riding Hood

The 40-minute show includes songs which the children can sing along to.