SACS mountain bikers show how it’s done

SACS mountain bikers have worked hard on the single track to put themselves in a respectable 9th place out of almost 50 high school...

SABC woes

Dr Ellapen Rapiti, KenwynThe state of affairs at the SABC, the public broadcaster, under Chief Operations Officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng should be a cause for...

Residents warn of water meter scam

Scam artists pretending to work for the City of Cape Town have hit Rondebosch, with the elderly being the preferred target.The men claim to...

Read of the Week

Medicinal Purposes OnlyPeter J Earle PJE Publishing Review: Brian Joss Dice Modise, the Botswana detective, is back in his second adventure. In the first book, Hunter’s...

Racecourse proposal includes high rise

A range of development opportunities is being investigated to “rationalise and improve” Kenilworth Racecourse, which has seen a significant drop in attendance figures, in...

Patient angry with Chapel Street clinic service

What was supposed to be a routine trip to the Chapel Street Clinic turned out to be a frustrating experience for two angry Woodstock...

Last call for Cape Town’s iconic auctioneer

Julius and Alma Buchinsky would have been married for 60 years next April.However, at 11.20pm on Wednesday June 29, Cape Town’s most famous auctioneer...

Keeping the bull’s eye in his sights

However, Carolissen is considered one of the hottest properties on the darts scene. If he can keep his hands warm and his focus sharp,...

Call for peaceful elections

Bishop Ziphozihle Siwa, South African Council of ChurchesAs the country and its various political parties prepare for the 2016 Municipal Elections in August, the...

Book shows SA murder rate halved since ’94

An astonishing new book by two UCT criminology experts says that, contrary to public perception, South Africa’s murder rate has halved since 1994.A...