Ocean choking on sewage

We are doing irreversible damage to one of our biggest tourism drawcards with the raw sewage that is being dumped into the Atlantic ocean.This...

New Sub-council chairperson ready for the challenge

Newly elected Sub-council 16 chairperson, Matthew Kempthorne, said it was an honour for him to be elected in the heart of the metro. Sub-council...

District Six’s food heritage

Food, memories, sharing and culture. These were the words most used at the launch of the District Six Huis Kombuis Food and Memory cookbook...

Andy takes aim at the stars

Independent Cape Town artist Andiswa ‘Andy’ Mkosi is all about shaking up normality and through her intimate Bedroom Tour. Ms Mkosi, who is based...

Ways to brighten up your big day

Brides are loving a departure from traditional white, stepping out of the box with neutrals, blush, and pops of color. Also, the more details...

Update on stadium plans

The City of Cape Town’s latest plan to ease the debt burden of the Cape Town Stadium is open for public comment. The stadium...

Traffic out of control

Christina Brand, Sea PointIt’s a total nightmare. So what is the solution? Red traffic lights serve no purpose. According to most drivers, especially taxis,...

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...