Fairytale shades

50 Shades of Fairytales explores the complexities of love and the consequences of expectations, and manages to deal with these serious issues in a satirical, funny and entertaining way.

Win for Camps Bay High

The Camps Bay High School’s First XV beat Queen’s College 26 -25 and Spandau Secondary School 12-7 in their final game.

Valuation cycle

Camps Bay resident Guy Robertson says the City of Cape Town is making a nuisance of themselves on the latest property evaluations

Thief caught in the act

“The suspect was searched, and a cellphone and pair of sunglasses were found in his possession. Both items were positively identified as belonging to the resident,” said Jade Hanning.

Station still tops for theft out of vehicles

Police say theft out of motor vehicle is a priority crime throughout the Cape Town Central police precinct, followed by robbery.

Numbers run out for CA plates

Vehicle owners who currently have a CA licence number will be able to transfer this number to a new vehicle they own. At the moment the available CA combinations have run out.

History of the beautiful race

CCN editor Chantel Erfort tracks the history of the Old Mutual Two Oceans Ultra Marathon.

High tea

Community lawyer and resident, Seehaam Samaai, gives a vote of thanks for the successful evening.

Help collect data for nature

Bergvliet ecologist Dr Tony Rebelo said tours and “bioblitzes” of local reserves would take place during the challenge, headed by local experts and managers.

Film tells Salt River’s untold stories

The hour-long story, directed and produced by Anwar Omar, tells the story of the role of school pupils in a march at the height of apartheid in 1976.