Calls for comment on Gandhi statue donation

The public participation process will officially take place from Monday July 15 to Friday July 26.

Homeless ‘not targeted’

A survey of street people conducted in 2015 by the City showed that there were about 700 street people living in the CBD.

Heartbreak for Hammies in SLA clash

The day got off to a cracking start with False Bay’s under-20 outfit surprising their more fancied Hamilton opponents by winning their encounter 20-16.

Mixed bag chit chat about passion and pain

PechaKucha, which is Japanese for chit chat, is a gathering where people from all walks of life get together to share their ideas, works, thoughts and experiences.

Off-peak fares

Mayoral committee member for transport Felicity Purchase explains MyCiTi fares to an unhappy client.

Winchester expansion one step closer

The applicant, Tommy Brummer Town Planners on behalf of Winchester Mansions hotel, stated that they plan to extend the hotel, adding four floors consisting of 28 guest rooms above the parking garage with a pool and a terrace on the top level.

Energy efficient

Peter Smulik talks energy solutions.

Help a dog find a forever home

Many of the animals up for adoption at the Grassy Park-based organisation have either been rescued by the SPCA or surrendered by owners who are no longer able to take care of their pets.

Drug crimes increase

In sector 1, the police have seen a decrease in contact crimes and a slight increase in assaults and common robberies. There was an increase in property related crimes.

Shame on bad public relations

Tessa van Rooyen reacts to a column on bad PR.