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Fit for the festive season – Part 3 (video)

We are now in week three of our fitness programme, which means you should already be feeling stronger than you were two weeks ago...

Residents doubt drought levy

Ratepayers are mustering to fight a drought levy, with one civic group calling for them to “rise up and resist” what it has dubbed...

‘We need more law enforcement’

The Sea Point Community Police Forum (CPF) has called for more City law enforcement officers to be deployed to the neighbourhood for the summer...

Principal closes book on teaching career

As the academic year drew to a close last week so did the 38-year career of the principal of Sea Point High School, Pieter...

Uproar over Lion Street proposal

Bo-Kaap residents are up in arms over the latest proposed development, which they say will impact on the heritage of the area.This comes just...

Read of the Week

The ReturnDulce Maria Cardoso MacLehose Press Review: Lauren O’Connor-May All the other reviews I read for The Return raved about it. I, however, had a few...

People urged to use public transport

The City of Cape Town has urged residents to use public transport ahead of what is expected to be a busy festive period. The...

Life Begins

Riaad Moosa’s last Cape Town performance of his one-man show, Life Begins takes place on Saturday December 16 at the Cape Town International Convention...

Resurfacing a bad idea

Shane Alberts, Sea Point Who’s bright idea was it to authorise road resurfacing on Beach Road near the Sea Point Pavilion at this time...

Grade 7 prom

Schotche Kloof Primary School, in Bo-Kaap, held its Grade 7 prom, at Barron’s Estate in Schaapkraal, on Wednesday December 6. The boys and girls...