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Starting conversations through print

Sea Point artist Jacob van Schalkwyk’s new exhibition is all about sparking conversation. He feels it is vital for people to speak out about...

School gets excellency stamp

At the beginning of the year, three inspectors from the Central Agency for German Schools Abroad (ZfA) and the Conference of the Ministers of...

FNB customer not happy with app alternative

First National Bank (FNB) are employing bully boy tactics to force customers to join the ranks of people using the internet to do their...

Good Samaritan stabbed during robbery

The 28-year-old man who was stabbed to death in Kloof Street in the early hours of Saturday morning, has been described as a hero.Captain...

City events boost local economy

Events across Cape Town make a major contribution to the local economy and in job creation.This was one of the messages to emerge at...

City under fire

The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa in Camps Bay say the damage from the first major vegetation fire of the season could have been...

Lucky’s lessons on caring for animals

A combination of a love for dogs and education led to the creation of Lucky’s Activity Book for children.The book is aimed at six-...

Illegal path closure welcomed all round

The decision by SANParks to close the “illegal path” to Wally’s Cave has been largely welcomed by the hiking community.This decision comes after a...

Fireworks to light up Maiden’s Cove

Maiden’s Cove has been approved as one of the official fireworks discharge areas by the City of Cape Town for Guy Fawkes, Diwali and...

R100 000 Bantry Bay water bill sorted

After an eight-month battle over a water bill of more than R100 000, the City have now finally conceded that the Bantry Bay resident’s...