Falls the number one cause of children’s injuries

Falls accounted for 60 percent of head injuries at the hospital, according to Professor Sebastian van As.

Paddlers promote waterway plight

The Peninsula Paddle, which takes place on Sunday September 27, will be slightly different this year, as lockdown restrictions mean fewer people can participate.

Cops bust known drug dealer

The officers found seven bags of dagga, nine bags of tik, dagga bankies, a digital scale and nearly R19 000 in cash at the house.

UCT to welcome back more students

Universities such as UCT will be allowed to have a maximum of 66% of students return to campus and residences.

Welcome cashback after ping-pong battle

Shana Beinart said she would have gone to a police station for an affidavit if it wasn’t so risky because of Covid-19.

Arbor Week

Senior citizens at the Thornton Place Cape Peninsula Organisation for the Aged planted two Natal mahogany trees.

IY fighter faces an unexpected opponent as fire leaves more than...

More than 800 people were left destitute after 200 informal settlements caught ablaze in Molokoane Street, in Imizamo Yethu, Hout Bay.

Sky’s the limit for promising player

The promising rugby player hopes to take her family name to even greater heights.

Eye on the big prize

The flyhalf/scrumhalf represents UCT but she is involved in more than one form of rugby as she also plays touch rugby for the Western Cape and represents the SA mixed team in tag rugby.

Friends and family bid farewell to Mr Bayhill

Members of the Bayhill Premier Cup organising committeee and friends in the football fraternity have paid tribute to the longest-serving member and founder, Roger...