New plans for heritage site

Several new buildings are being planned for the site of the historic Noon Gun Tearoom and Restaurant on Signal Hill.The plans, which include cottages...

Make better use of space

David Pickard, Oranjezicht I drive past the stadium at Green Point several times a week and see several security guards milling around outside the stadium....

Forum speaks up against corruption

The South Africa First Forum, a civil society group, held a protest and silent vigil in the city last week against government corruption and...

Dress up for charity at the Twighlight Run

It’s that time of the year again when thousands of Capetonians pound the streets in fancy (some would say crazy) dress for a good...

City records 32 injuries on Guy Fawkes

About 10 000 people visited Maiden’s Cove on Guy Fawkes as the City of Cape Town law enforcement had a busy weekend.The City said...

‘Smart card’ makes city visits easier

Cape Town has joined the likes of Barcelona, Dubai, San Francisco, Hong Kong, Sydney and London after the launch of the iVenture City pass...

Ukwazi celebrates victory

Activist organisation Ndifuna Ukwazi has said charges dropped against one of their organisers is a victory for freedom of expression.This comes after an incident...

Santa Shoebox marks its 10th anniversary

The Santa Shoebox Project, a charity that brings Christmas cheer to thousands of children in some of the country’s poorest communities, celebrated its 10th...

Read of the Week

A Year of Seasonal DishesHuman&Rousseau Review: Brian Joss This collection of recipes taken from the popular Food&Home Entertaining magazine is a compilation of the best that...

Police car vandal to remain in custody

A 33-year old man has been arrested for malicious damage to state property, after damaging a police vehicle during the student protests last week....