Tourism charter for Bo-Kaap

Bo-Kaap residents are looking to draw up a formal tourism charter which will help the community benefit from the tourism taking place in their...

The logical approach

Peter Schoonraad, Camps Bay I refer to the letter by Graham Sonnenberg (“Unfinished bridges ‘an urban myth,’” Atlantic Sun, August 18) regarding the unfinished...

Residents take legal route

Bo-Kaap residents are set to receive legal assistance from The Legal Resource Centre (LRC) in their objection to a proposed jewellery refinery in the...

Raring for a chance to take on the world

Two of Clifton Surf Lifesaving Club’s finest will be joining up with friendly rivals False Bay SLC and donning their club colours when they...

Random acts of kindness

The Camps Bay Schools are in the midst of celebrating Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) Week and on the primary school campus, the pupils...

Look what popped up

Cape Town played host to Grammy award-winning artist Kanye West’s Pablo clothing pop-up store over the weekend. The rapper opened 21 temporary stores around...

Gone before you know it

Sam Payne, Green Point Regarding the article “Hole in heritage building angers residents,” (Atlantic Sun, August 11), I really hope this sad event...

Gardens band off to Europe

Gardens-based duo Andre Leo and Lucy Kruger are excited about touring Europe in support of their recent debut album. The two, who call their...

Festival-goers dine in Khayelitsha

The real meal revolution, it seems, isn’t so much about ditching carbs as it is about embracing change over a plate of steaming umngqusho...

Campaign looks to bring bullying to an end

A campaign started by a Sea Point resident is helping to combat bullying in Cape Town schools. Dee Boehner started Cool2BKind last year after...