Residents say noisy KFC leaves bad taste

Residents of Arcadia Place retirement village in Observatory have complained that noise levels at the KFC outlet in Main Road have become “unbearable” due...

Read of the Week

Permanent RemovalAlan S Cowell Jacana Review: Brian Joss I have a memory for trivia: sometimes it’s useful, sometimes it’s not. But I recall seeing a newspaper poster...

Play highlights bipolar and friendships

Acclaimed writer and director Lara Foot's latest play, The Inconvenience of Wings, brings bipolar disorder and friendships into the spotlight at the Baxter Theatre,...

Newlands Rotary Club gets new president

Chris Beech was inducted as the new president for the Rotary Club of Newlands for the 2016/2017 year at a gala dinner on Friday...

New speed bumps to combat rat running

There are new speed bumps in Brookdale Avenue, Pinelands, to counter speeding rat runners trying to beat peak-hour congestion at the suburb’s entry and...

Man injured in crash

A man was injured on Tuesday June 28, after a taxi and a car collided on Rondebosch Road. ER24 paramedics found the cark parked...

Lounge suite repairs don’t suit customer

Millicent Sigaqa bought a lounge suite at Lewis Stores, in Athlone, in December 2014 but when she noticed the stitching was coming loose...

Keeping memory alive in order to heal

A gala fundraising dinner for the Institute for Healing of Memories, which seeks to assist victims of political and social injustice, was held at...

Inside Istanbul’s attack

Kenilworth resident Judy Favish had just checked in at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport when she heard the crack of gunfire. Ms Favish, UCT’s director of institutional...

Get blisters to feed a hungry child

Entries have opened for the 48th annual Blisters for Bread Charity Family Fun Walk, hosted by the Observatory-based Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA). The event...