Social housing delayed, again

Former mayoral committee member Suzette Little has accused Ward 115 councillor Dave Bryant of colluding with DA caucus members to block the release of...

Read of the Week

Who are you, Mr Goo?Zanri Kritzinger and illustrator Stephen Wallace Tafelberg Review: Lauren O’Connor-May Slime is the new kiddy trend that’s everywhere, including in this book, which...

Open Streets Woodstock

Visitors to Open Streets Woodstock on Sunday had a chance to ride their bikes and skateboards and walk their dogs in the road without...

Market day

Hundreds of people attended the Wesley Practising School’s market day fund-raiser on Saturday. Here pupils put on an entertaining dance performance..

Kite fest

Dragons, doves, a caterpillar and legs with no torso.colourful kites filled an aquamarine sky over the weekend at the 24th annual Cape Town International...

First place

Cannons Creek Independent School’s Supreme 7 achieved first place with 96% in the junior category at the Marimba Jam Eisteddfod at Springfield Convent School,...

Duck Race

La Gratitude Pre-Primary School in Pinelands will hold its annual Duck Race and craft market at 14 La Gratitude Road, Pinelands, this Saturday, November...

Carnival and Crafts Market

Cannons Creek Independent School pupils ran their own stalls at the school’s Carnival and Crafts Market on Saturday. There were shooting games, photo booths,...

Bullying talk

Sergeant Lutchmee Chetty, from Claremont police, spoke to Grade 5 pupils at Grove Primary School last week about bullying and resolving conflict. She...

UCT make world’s first urine bio-brick

The University of Cape Town (UCT) has unveiled the world’s first bio-brick grown from human urine. Dr Dyllon Randall, a senior lecturer in water...