Cultural collective marks Africa Month

OWN CORRESPONDENTThe Slave Church Museum in Long Street is the place to be tomorrow, Friday May 27 when poets and musicians take to the...

Cops arrest six men after Mowbray burglary

STAFF REPORTERClaremont police arrested six men after they received information about a burglary in Mowbray. Spokeswoman for the Wynberg Cluster, Captain Angie Latchman, ...

Cape’s Rainbow Team off to Sweden

MZOXOLO BUDAZAHellenic FC midfielder Luka September, has been included in the Camps Bay-based under-14 Rainbow Team, which will compete at the Gothia Cup in...

Bringing people together over supper

JOHN HARVEYAnglican minister Dave Meldrum cuts a relaxed figure in his offices at St Peter’s Church in Mowbray. He has already cheerfully waved away any...

Appeal for help as SA braces for the cold

STAFF REPORTER As South Africa braces itself for the onset of this year’s cold fronts, the Salvation Army is appealing to the public to...

Ameera set to reach for the stars

JOHN HARVEYNot many people know what they want to be when they “grow up”, and are even less certain when the school guidance counsellor...

Understanding the ‘Coombs Clock’

JOHN HARVEYProminent Cape Town business facilitator Lizelle Coombs employs a learning strategy she calls the “Coombs Clock”. “Think about to what age you would like...

UCT Student band perform at Windsor Castle

STAFF REPORTER As part of Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday celebrations, a group of southern suburbs residents, who are members of the Cape Town...

Ponds play a vital role in Liesbeeck River system

ANDREW BENNETT In 1997 when the River Park office complex in Mowbray was first developed, a series of ponds were constructed along Liesbeek Parkway...

Pinelands man to head world euthanasia body

STAFF REPORTER Pinelands resident and Dignity SA founder Professor Sean Davison returned from Amsterdam this week where he was named president of the World...