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NGOs to challenge City on by-laws

Several homeless people in the city were recently fined up to R1 500 under the public places and prevention of noise nuisances by-laws.

Die Vertrek

The Afrikaans opera is inspired by both real life events and the poem Death is Nothing at All by Henry Scott Holland.

Coats and colours that cut it for men

Mika Williams speak about men's fashion with designer Denzil Pillay.

New Menger Sponge world record set

The previous record was a 1.4m x 1.4m x 1.4m; 70kg; Level 3, made from 66 048 folded business cards over a period of 10 years, built during workshops all over the world and completed in 2005.

Bursary winners offer leadership solutions

The competition offered pupils between the ages of 15 and 17, the opportunity to offer solutions to South Africa’s leadership challenges.

Firefighter blazes new historic trail

Arlene Wehr she is responsible for eight of the City’s fire stations that fall within Area West, namely: Cape Town (Roeland Street), Sea Point, Salt River, Epping, Brooklyn, Hout Bay, Constantia and Wynberg.

Diarrhoea cases at its lowest

There was also an 18% drop in the number of diarrhoea cases needing hospital admission. However, there has been an increase in reported pneumonia cases.

Read of the Week

What made thousands of students to take to the streets in support of Fees Must Fall? Rekgotsofetse Chikane writes about the Fallism ideology.

New swing bridge officially opened

The R20 million bridge replaces the old one, which was built in 1997 and had reached the end of its lifespan.

Museum honours struggle hero

Museum spokesman Morongoa Ramaboa, said the aim was to honour ex-political prisoners and add their voices to the narrative.