‘Student parties too loud’

A group of Mowbray residents has claimed a section of the suburb is being overrun by “illegal” boarding houses that threaten the historical character...

‘South Africa has very good stories to tell’

Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Fatima Chohan believes one need only look at the country’s young people to appreciate that South Africa has “very...

Ward allocation breakdown

Ian Iversen, ward councillor for Claremont, Kenilworth, Newlands, Rondebosch and RosebankBelow are the details of my allocation of ward funds. Employment of a Metro security...

Toast to Sthembile

At the June meeting of Talking Heads Toastmasters, based in Woodstock,vice president of education, Graeme Cairns, presented the award for best speaker of the...

Stand a chance to win a Sarafina! DVD

Three Tatler readers can each win a DVD of the film, Sarafina!, sponsored by the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Starring Leleti Khumalo, Whoopi Goldberg, John...

Research on sexting gains global attention

Research by a UCT PhD student, Melissa Meyer, which suggests the practice of sexting could make millennials feel safer, has earned her a trip...

Remembering June 16 and its aftermath

Deeply etched in the collective memory, June 16 1976, was the day when the simmering flame of resentment against state repression flared into...

Read of the Week

My Cape Malay KitchenCariema Isaacs StruikLifestyle Review: Brian Joss Just in time for Ramadaan, which started last week, is My Cape Malay Kitchen by Cariema Isaacs who...

Programme offers bright future for young entrepreneurs

A Claremont non-profit company is tackling South Africa’s soaring unemployment rate, by helping young people in the townships and rural areas tap into the...

Prof Jansen shows how it’s done

University of the Free State vice-chancellor Jonathan Jansen visited Herschel Girls’ School in Claremont this week. Professor Jansen told the girls to believe in...