Selective justice

Janine Myburgh, president of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and IndustryThe ongoing attacks against the Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan, are an indication of...

SACS impressive in game of two halves

In an exciting Southern Suburbs derby, SACS overcame a determined Wynberg Boys’ High School to run out deserved winners at Hawthornden, in Wynberg, on...

Read of the Week

Dutch Courage,Paige Nick PenguinRandomHouse Review: Brian Joss Grace Hendricks is about to get a rude awakening, in more ways than one. She’s a teacher, her parents have...

Primary school pupils learn to code using robotics

Last year, South Africa placed 138 out of 140 in terms of maths and science education, with only Egypt and Paraguay ranking lower.The findings...

Pledge to support Bush Radio

As they’re celebrating their 21st anniversary this month, one of Africa’s oldest community radio stations, Bush Radio, is running a pledge drive, calling on...

Notice of appeal goes unopposed

Residents objecting to the development of a luxury five-storey apartment block on the site of the Palm House guest house in Wynberg have received...

No fines for late returns during Book Week

Residents now have the opportunity to return late items without being fined during National Book Week, which runs from Monday September 5 to Friday...

Memorial day

MSB Nitros Events teamed up with Grass Boots Football Club in Vredehoek to host the Rohan Bloom Day - a memorial day for Rohan...

Help raise funds for new church hall

Plans are in motion to add a new, multi-purpose hall to St Andrew’s Anglican Church in Newlands. Architecture luminary Herbert Baker’s first ever church, St...

Entries open for Zabalaza festival

The Baxter’s Zabalaza Theatre Festival is calling for applications from theatre-makers, directors, script writers, community groups and theatre companies to participate in the 2017...