Three Annies

■ Pictured, from left, are Emma-Rose Blacher from Oranjezicht, Caitlin Dicker from Constantia and Lilla Fleischmann from Bantry Bay who share the role of...

Shabbat Project

More than 2 000 women took part in last Wednesday’s Challah Bake, which launched the global Shabbos Project at the Oranjezicht City Farm Market...

Read of the Week

Dead In The WaterIrna Van Zyl PenguinRandomHouse Review: Brian Joss Detective Storm van der Merwe has been banished in disgrace from Cape Town Central to Gansbaai to...

Philanthropy award for turning dreams into a reality

The Dream Factory may only be a few years old, but it has already reached thousands of children and encouraged them to spread their...

New routes for mountain bikers

Mountain bikers will feel a little more welcome on the mountain from next month when they will be allowed on more routes.SANParks, the Table...

Good Hope Seminary teacher wins top award

Mr Linz, the deputy principal of Good Hope Seminary School, received the Kader Asmal Excellence Award for teaching from the provincial government at a...

Elderly’s cycling woes

Leon Sheinbar,Sea PointI want to bring up an old issue, but to the elderly, especially, a most important fact. It is great to see...

Commuting in comics

The daily commute might be a normal experience for some, but others spend their whole lives in transition. This was the focus of a...

Cape Town is more than its beauty

Cape Town may have just received another prestigious tourism award, being ranked the second best city to visit in the world by Lonely Planet,...

Bo-Kaap refinery approved

Bo-Kaap residents have been left astounded after a gold refinery in the area was given an emissions licence by the provincial government.The residents had...