Credit is due

Herbet Hirsch, Mouillie PointI was a provincial councillor in the 1970s and 1980s and thus a running mate of Colin Eglin and was...

Colour boost for Bo-Kaap

MATTHEW HIRSCHBo-Kaap’s historic, colourful houses are almost as much of an iconic part of Cape Town as Table Mountain. Now, the Bo-Kaap Civic and...

Citizens urged to step up for change

MATTHEW HIRSCHWith April being Freedom Month, now is an important time for citizens to not only reflect on successes but also step up and...

Call for bursary applications

Actors, between 20 and 30 years old, can apply to audition for the 2016 Brett Goldin Bursary.This marks the 10th anniversary and final year...

Businesses urged to stop drain dumping

MATTHEW HIRSCHThe City of Cape Town has appealed to businesses to stop dumping fat down the drains as this is causing a problem for...

Book worms

* Ellerton Primary School pupils took part in a reading competition at the Sea Point library on Tuesday April 19. Seated from left,...

1st Camps Bay Scout troop turns 100

MATTHEW HIRSCH The 1st Camps Bay Scouts are preparing to celebrate their 100th anniversary next month. The group eventually incorporated some of the smaller Sea...

‘Gender-based violence is real’

MATTHEW HIRSCH Just keep doing what you’re doing because you know you can. This was the main message at a gender equality session hosted...

Tuk-tuks out to tender

MATTHEW HIRSCHThe streets of the City Bowl and Atlantic Seaboard will soon be home to a new form of public transport in the form...

Talent search is back

SA’s Got Talent will be back on screens for a seventh season, with more thrills, laughs, gasps and crazy antics as the very best...