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Court rules against City

The Western Cape High Court has ruled in favour of the application by the Camps Bay and Clifton Ratepayers’ Association (CBCRA) to have reviewed...

Youth discuss issues facing them

It was a day filled with fun activities at the Salesian Institute Youth Project in Green Point as young people gathered at the institute’s...

Travelling the world by wheelchair

Travel enthusiasts, husband and wife Louis and Kareen Broodryk, have been travelling together for the past 15 years.Louis fell through a ceiling while assisting...

Trainees impress on first maritime expedition

The SA Agulhas is back in Cape Town after a successful scientific voyage off the east coast with 20 newly skilled rating trainees who...

Time capsule

To mark their first 100 days of school, Sea Point Primary School Grade 1 pupils dressed up as if they were 100 years old,...

Sub-council supports heritage protection motion

Sub-council 16 has unanimously supported the motion for the City’s Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) to immediately implement the Heritage Protection Overlay Zone...

Resilient Raylaine turns 100

Raylaine Hendricks has had to endure much in her life but 100 years later and she is stronger than ever.Ms Hendricks is the definition...

Record sale

A Bantry Bay apartment with a private splash pool recently sold for the record price of R53.8 million. Adrian Mauerberger and Cecily Sher, Seeff...

Read of the Week

Enemy of the People: How Jacob Zuma stole South Africa and how the people fought backAdriaan Basson & Pieter du Toit Jonathan Ball Publishers Review:...

Please clean the streets

Dianne Abel, Sea Point I am writing to the Atlantic Sun in the hope that someone at the City of Cape Town offices will see...