Teacher ‘filled with ideas’ after trip to Hungary

Staff ReporterA Micklefield School teacher recently returned from a trip to Budapest, Hungary, to attend a conference on integrating new skills and technology into...

Starting a business? Focus on what you have

I have asked many people what are the difficulties or challenges facing a new start-up? It is interesting to note their answers. Many of...

Shrire at Alexander Upstairs

* Singer and songwriter Nicky Schrire and Berlin-based jazz guitarist James Scholfield will team up to present an intimate evening of jazz standards...

Ring-barking scourge returns to Claremont

JOHN HARVEY The ring-barking that affected Claremont’s fever trees two years ago has returned. Tatler reader Buddy Mockford pointed out the trees at the intersection...

Read of the Week

The CartelDon Winslow William Heinemann PenguinRandomHouse Review: Brian Joss When you google Don Winslow, a map of the world appears on his website, most of it in red,...

Metrorail close to collapse

Janine Myburgh, president, Cape Chamber of Commerce and IndustryThe Metrorail service is nearing the point of collapse and emergency measures are now necessary...

Love shown in many shades

STAFF REPORTERCape Town City Ballet (CTCB) is pulling out all the stops for its upcoming season of Shades of Love at Artscape, from Saturday...

Lost keys

Ruth Scholtz, FernwoodI found a bunch of house and car keys outside our house in Almond Street , Fernwood, Newlands. If you think they...

Hope for landmark Rondebosch fountain

JOHN HARVEYThere is new hope for the restoration of the Rondebosch Fountain. Since an accident in August last year, in which the country’s first electric...

Golf clubs have plan B

JOHN HARVEYTwo of Cape Town’s most well-known golf clubs have moved to allay fears that an intention on the part of the City of...