Table Mountain’s first telescope now on sale

JOHN HARVEYMillions of people check classifieds site each day, looking for jobs, homes or vehicles, but every once in a while the platform offers...

Staying in tune with the Jazz Fest

Jazz Fest and Wear SA go ‘green’ with fashion. The third annual “Fashioning the Future” workshop will once again open its doors to all...

Passion Play for Easter

Passion Play Ministries International (PPMI) will present Passionext - He’s Alive, a dramatic representation of the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ, from...

For the love of vinyl…

MATTHEW HIRSCHThere’s something about carefully placing the needle into the groove of a record, then carefully having to lift it again to turn the...

Electric bikes put to the test

MATTHEW HIRSCHThe City of Cape Town is testing the use of electric bikes to fight crime on the often rough Table Mountain terrain. The...

Chinese Association giving back

MATTHEW HIRSCH The Western Cape Chinese Association of Commerce celebrated its second anniversary and launched a scholarship at a ceremony in Sea Point last...

Beloved theatre veteran bows out at 64

Jamie Petersen John Caviggia, a South African theatre veteran known for his larger than life personality and flambouyant character, died on March 13, at...

Anti-Racism Week… a first for SA

MATTHEW HIRSCHSouth Africa is just at the start of the discussion about race - this was one of the things discussed at the Western...

Tramway takes new direction

MATTHEW HIRSCHA piece of land in Sea Point- that was once the scene of forced removals under the Group Areas Act, is now set...

Soak up some sound in Woodstock

A live music event which encourages Cape Town’s residents to connect with each other through events staged at a Woodstock park, will be launched...