App set to help pet lovers find their way

MATTHEW HIRSCHA Vredehoek resident has developed an app for pet lovers looking for information about pet-friendly establishments. Shani Judes, who has a background in photography,...

Waiting patiently but not too patiently

CARL COLLISON A neat, yet somewhat tired-looking lounge suite is surrounded by black-and-white images of the District Six of yesteryear: maps of the area...

Tragedy strikes on Lion’s Head

STAFF REPORTERTable Mountain National Park was once again the scene of tragedy over the weekend when a 26-year-old man fell to his death on...

Road closures for State of the Nation Address

STAFF REPORTER The City of Cape Town has advised of road closures ahead of the State of the Nation Address and opening of Parliament...

Remembering the Jews of District Six

ORIELLE BERRY A kaleidoscope of cultures existed in the place called home for the thousands who lived in District Six. More than a century...

Prevention is key to end remote jamming

STAFF REPORTER Remote jamming is a method of breaking into vehicles that will become increasingly popular because it attracts very little attention, so prevention...

New UCT dean of law sets transformation goal

TAURIQ HASSENProfessor Penelope Andrews has been appointed as UCT’s new dean of law, officially taking up her position last month after returning from America. There,...

Fight to return home

MATTHEW HIRSCHSharifa Davids can see where her mother’s house once stood in District Six from the Bo-Kaap flat she rents. Her family, as well as...

Demon barber at Theatre on the Bay

Sweeny Todd will be staged at the Theatre on the Bay from Friday February 19 until Saturday April 9.This musical thriller by American theatrical...

Breakthrough for bodies corporate

The only approach to collecting arrear levies and utilities in sectional title schemes has been to follow the laborious debt collection process and wait...