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‘Development is threatening our area’

The Maiden’s Cove development was among the key issues under discussion at the Camps Bay and Clifton Ratepayers’ and Residents’ Association (CBCRRA) public meeting...

Women say enough is enough

“In South Africa, one out of every four women is in an abusive relationship. Every six days, a woman is murdered by her partner,...

Solo exhibition

■ Pictured is Lily Pond near Betty’s Bay by Mandy McKay. The Cape Gallery at 60 Church Street will host a solo exhibition by...

Phil progresses in comedy career

Vredehoek comedian Phil de Lange has always enjoyed watching comedy but never thought that he would end up performing on stage. He started going...

MyCiTi doesn’t work for us

Chaim Myerson, Gardens I am hoping you can bring to the public’s attention something that affects many users of the MyCiTi bus service. If you are...

Inter-Reddam sports day

On Tuesday May, 8, the first Inter-Reddam sports day took place at the Green Point Athletics Stadium. Reddam House Atlantic Seaboard, Somerset and Durbanville...

Grade 10 pupil’s dream inspired award-winning story

German International School Cape Town (DSK) Grade 10 pupil Anna Lear Pinkney received a certificate of excellence for her short story in the Authors...

Clampdown on drugs

Cape Town Central police are clamping down on drugs in the city centre, arresting more than 100 people for drug-related incidents in the past...

Bridge club celebrates 50th anniversary

The Cape Town Wednesday Bridge Club is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Founded in January 1968, with 75 women only, it was at...

Book to guide first-year students

Two women have written a book to help first-year university students adjust to life on campus. A senior UWC lecturer, Dr Venicia McGhie, and a...