Can’t be everywhere all the time

JP Smith, mayoral committee member for safety and security City of Cape TownIn response to the letter “Taxi drivers a menace,” Atlantic Sun, March...

All aboard for Blue Train fun

Staff ReporterMore than 500 people shared in the Rotary Family Fun Day at the Blue Train Park in Sea Point, at the weekend. It was...

Sea Point presenter shines at SAFTA awards

MATTHEW HIRSCHSea Point resident Katlego Maboe, who won the SAFTA award for best presenter for two years running, said he got into TV by...

Pushing towards a food (r)evolution

CARL COLLISON With South Africa’s current drought and ever-increasing food prices, food security has become something of a hot topic. For this reason, the...

No guarantees for granite products

Sylvia Walker paid R17 000 to have the kitchen renovated at her Lakeside home and the granite countertops were installed by Womag Mobelli of...

King of the dirt

KARL BERGEMANNRaynard had a great run at leg 1 of the national series, held in Port Elizabeth earlier this year, where he landed a...

Cape stars sparkle in soccer showdown

MZOXOLO BUDAZAThis year’s Metropolitan under-19 Premier Cup trophy may have gone to Pretoria’s Supersport United after they beat Ajax 1-0 in the final, in...

Bo-Kaap unites against drugs

MATTHEW HIRSCHOne mother’s heartfelt story about watching her child battle drug addiction was the inspiration behind a new initiative to fight drug abuse and...

Battling crime and grime

MATTHEW HIRSCH This month marks a year since the Sea Point Fresnaye and Bantry Bay Ratepayers’ and Residents’ Association (SFB) started its Crime and...

Acclaimed show at the Baxter Theatre

The beloved South African classic, Woza Albert, directed by Fleur du Cap winner Mdu Kweyama, is on at the Baxter until Saturday April 9....