SK Walmer bounce back against Durbell

OWN CORRESPONDENTA try deep into the second half from centre Morgan Newman enabled Hamilton RFC to pip a highly-motivated Belhar side 22-19 at Stephan...

Singing the Motherland’s song

* As part of this month’s “City Walk Saturdays”, which took place on Saturday May 21, singer Nomfundo Xaluva delivered an emotive...

Sea Point library square set for makeover

STAFF REPORTER The newly renamed Colin Eglin library is set for a makeover to go with its new name. The library square on which...

RTC block province’s land sale bid

MATTHEW HIRSCH The Tafelberg School Site has officially gone up for sale again and both Reclaim The City and Phylis Jowell Jewish Day School...

Mixed reaction to the City’s proposed recreational water use by-law

MATTHEW HIRSCH There has been a mixed reaction to the City’s proposed recreational water use by-law. The City of Cape Town is planning on implementing...

Help older pets stay well this winter

OWN CORRESPONDENT Snuggling up with a blanket and hot chocolate around the fire - there’s something undeniably cosy about winter. While you’re going about...

Cape’s Rainbow Team off to Sweden

MZOXOLO BUDAZAHellenic FC midfielder Luka September, has been included in the Camps Bay-based under-14 Rainbow Team, which will compete at the Gothia Cup in...

Brett Goldin bursary winners announced

STAFF REPORTERGreen Point resident David Viviers, 23, and Rosebank’s Buhle Ngaba, 25, were announced winners of the Brett Goldin Bursary on Friday May 20....

Wool needed

Pamela Joan Stephenson, Sea PointSince my twin sister and I retired, we used some of our time to make a difference where we can,...

Sea Point professor awarded for cancer research

MATTHEW HIRSCH Sea Point resident Professor Lynette Denny recently won an international award for her work on cervical cancer prevention. She will be awarded a...