Hot ideas to keep you warm this winter

Fashion columnist Mika Williams says it’s all about colourful chunky knits, knitted turbans, pinafores and dungarees.

Ex-prisoner shows off his artwork

Gallery and studio owner Avital Lang will run a solo exhibition for Joseph Buys, whom she met through a healing-through-art programme she was offering at Pollsmoor Prison.

Criminals pose as municipal staff

The fake employees insist that residents open their doors so that they can check plugs and wiring.

Council supports leasing of land

The public space is situated in the Green Point Athletics Stadium and is used for sports and community activities.

Bantry Bay proposal response

Thomas Geh wants to clear things up regarding the GR4 zoning.

WATCH: Museum campaigns to rename Zonnebloem back to District Six

The online petition has amassed over one thousand signatures since its launch.

SONA road closures

There will be road closures in and around the city to accommodate the State of the Nation Address (SONA) which will take place on Thursday June 20.

From class to court

Education MEC, Debbie Schafer, says school safety remains one of their greatest challenges for the department.

Youth focus

Mandla Mhlangeni, the Standard Bank Young Artist for Jazz 2019, will perform at Artscape Opera House on Saturday June 15.

Women gain strength with Link to Grow

Link to Grow is an organisation committed to the advancement of women, equipping them to gain strength, be self-reliant and succeed in life.