Park name debate

While the comment period in the public participation process for the renaming of the Little Glen in 1st Crescent, Camps Bay, had ended on...

Bail will be opposed for mountain arsonist

A 28-year-old man was arrested for arson after setting fire to four separate areas on the slopes of Table Mountain on Tuesday April 3. The...

Sea Point swimming pool set to close

The Sea Point swimming pool will be closed from Monday April 9 for seven to eight weeks to finalise repairs to infrastructure that was...

Noon Gun Tea Room demolished

Bo-Kaap residents are still in shock that the historic Noon Gun Tearoom and Restaurant on Signal Hill was allowed to be demolished last month. Jacky...

Parks have to wait for rain

Shayne Ramsay, Councillor, Ward 54 This refers to Denise Bailey’s letter in last week’s Atlantic Sun (“Spare a few drops for parks,” Atlantic Sun, March...

Read of the Week

KnuckleboneNechama Brodie Pan MacMillan Review: John Harvey It stands to reason that for the most part, South African authors have tended towards themes depicting the atrocities of...

Emily Child hopes to make Fugard proud

Tamboerskloof resident and award-winning actress Emily Child is joining veteran thespians, Sandra Prinsloo and Marius Weyers, on the Fugard’s boards for The Road To...

Mayor’s proposed increases

Janine Myburgh, president, Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry The businesses and the residents of Cape Town will be paying a high price for...

Two Oceans Ultra Marathon teaches you how to be humble

Anees GAMIET, chairman and coach of Bo-Kaap Athletics (BKA) Club, shared his experience of running his second Two Oceans Ultra Marathon (56km) on Saturday...

Developers make effort

Colin Wardle, Sea Point The letter, “Help uplift Sea Point” by Helene Turvey (Atlantic Sun, March 22), made a few suggestions. Ms Turvey believes property developers...