The place where childhood goes to die

TAURIQ HASSENAt the break of dawn, street children crawl out of some of the most unimagineable spaces, wipe the sleep from their eyes and...

Tackling drug abuse at schools

Drug awareness campaigns in schools have “basically become a waste of time” and the only answer is to tackle the problem with professional training...

Residents take on proposed development

JOHN HARVEYMore than 30 residents from the Crescent/Claremont Road community as well as the Harfield Pine Association say demolishing two houses in Claremont to...

Pushing towards a food (r)evolution

CARL COLLISON With South Africa’s current drought and ever-increasing food prices, food security has become something of a hot topic. For this reason, the...

New pastor for Mowbray Baptist church

ERIC HERMANSON New shepherd of the Mowbray Baptist Church, Reverend Willem Agenbag and his wife Lisa moved into the manse at the beginning of...

Miss Zambia Cape Town to be held in Claremont

JOHN HARVEYThe first-ever Miss Zambia Cape Town pageant aims to celebrate the vibrant African nation of Zambia while also recognising the contributions of Zambians...

Let the dogs run

Ginette Flockton, Rondebosch With reference to the letter, “Keep the leash on” (Tatler, March 24), I am sorry Dawn Ogilvie was knocked over...

It’s time to come out and play

KAYLYNN PALM Be part of the crowd, playing in the street by joining the official bike bus from Palmyra Junction shopping centre in Claremont...

Floods

A burst pipe caused flooding down Victoria Road, Woodstock, on Good Friday (Friday March 25).

Edinburgh Medal for science winner honoured

JOHN HARVEY Kevin Govender, winner of the prestigious 2016 Edinburgh Medal for Science and director of the Observatory-based Office of Astronomy for Development...