Sleep is a necessity, not a luxury

This week we will learn about sleep and its benefits ahead of the Woolworths/MySchool Move For Health 6km Fun Run/Walk

All systems go for Ultra-Trail Cape Town

Cape Town’s Bianca Tarboton, who won the women’s race in the 2018 UTCT 21km, says the 21km race is ideal for those looking to progress in their trail running and push themselves to longer distances.

Cape squads gear up for big finals

UCT is set to face Spurs in women’s final in the Coke Cup.

Gin Affair

There will be more than 70 craft and international gins and 50 of the country’s finest Cap Classique brands.

Pupils urged to be cautious during valedictory parties

Every year, after matric exams have been completed, pupils go to beaches and open public open spaces to celebrate the end of their school career - usually with alcohol.

The imam who died

Abu Bakr Solomons has shared his poem.

Mystery of pensioner’s high water bill

Table View resident Lorraine Brennand, 70, disputed her high water bill claiming the municipality refused to fix a leak.

Festa Italiana

The Italian Club of Cape Town was transformed into the streets of Rome, Milan, Naples, Venice and Palermo with stalls selling Italian cheese, pizzas and pastas.

Pupil bags science awards

Storm Rhoda bagged a Special Award from the Department of Science and Technology for one of the best, most innovative projects presented at this year’s Science Expo.

Request for traffic calming in Bantry Bay

A resident in the area, Sven Patterson, said the intersection at Seacliff and Beach roads is very dangerous because of an ineffective stop sign.