Full of beans

I Love Coffee, South Africa’s first deaf-run coffee shop, opened its doors on Tuesday June 7, in Claremont. Western Cape Premier Helen Zille, right,...

Encouraging youth to dream big

“It is so important that we as young people always remember where we come from and never forget where we are going”. These are...

Concerns about new Pinelands school

The proposed development of a new school for Pinelands has caused some concerns with a handful of residents claiming the school might not even...

City turns to boulders as prevention measure

City officials have lined a wall at a Kenilworth railway station parking lot with boulders to stop homeless people sleeping there. While the measure has...

Baby boxes aim to help disadvantaged moms

A prominent Pinelands Rotarian, who invented the Good Night and God Bless waterproof sleeping bag for the homeless, is at it again, this...

Walking in his father’s boots

SHIFAAN RYKLIEF At the weekend, friends and family bid farewell to Cape soccer legend, Dougie Carelse, 72, who died two weeks ago after a...

Using food and music to build bridges with the homeless

There may be a slight chill in the air, but it barely registers with the men and women who have assembled at the end...

Until we meet again, my good friend

Shifaan RykliefAlthough blessed with pair of talented hands used to add the final touches to the delicate decorations that adorned many a birthday or...

Tiger Tiger wants to change its stripes

JOHN HARVEYAfter a social media storm erupted last week over the relaunch of controversial Claremont nightclub Tiger Tiger, with allegations that the venue had...

Rustenburg Girls’ High encourages ‘green living’

It’s an achievement due in large part to the determination of its campus manager, Myles Siebrits, and resolute support from pupils, staff, parents and...