Waterfront aims to bring people together with food

Amy Lee Steenkamp from Bothasig and Sherri Roman from Plattekloof help make sandwiches for the poor.The V&A Waterfront has announced an initiative aimed at...

Opera for babies and toddlers

Cape Town Opera’s Alida Stoman with an intrigued toddler, Kayla Emdon.Cape Town Opera presents Twinkle, Twinkle and Little Stars – opera for babies and...

Book review: The Bitter Olive

The Bitter OliveRonald SamuelsSsali Publishing HouseReview: Simonéh De BruinSuccessful businessman Ronald Samuels’ memoir, The Bitter Olive, is an unpretentious account (much like the author...

Bo-Kaap business owners question street dining experience

The corner of Rose and Wale Streets is always busy.Bo-Kaap business owners are excited about the upcoming street dining festival taking place this Saturday...

R1 million proposal to clean homeless spaces

The EPWP targets homeless people, but some of them don’t want the assistance.A Sub-council Operational Projects proposal is requesting R1 701 431.89 to employ...

Culinary winners celebrated by the hospitality industry

Terise Pillay, from Panaroma, represented the International Hotel School at the Young Stars awards.The Mount Nelson hosted and toasted the contestants of the culinary...

Youth celebrate at Waterfront

YoungstaCPT and DJ MuffinMan rocked the young crowd at Battery Park, Waterfront.Thousands of young people made their way to the V&A Waterfront last...

Concert

A concert titled “Everything Must Change – A Musical journey from where we have come to where we are going”, featuring the Glenn Robertson Jazz...

Uncle Marc at Theatre On The Bay

Marc LotteringMarc Lottering’s latest stand-up comedy show, Uncle Marc, comes to Pieter Toerien's Theatre On The Bay, from Tuesday June 28 until Saturday July...

Frantic pulse of jazz age brought to life in The Great...

Mihir Soni, from Gardens, will make his debut on the professional stage as Jay Gatsby.The Cape Town Theatre Company and Claremont Dramatic Society present...