City in hot water

Owners of desalination plant to sue the City of Cape Town for breach of contract.

Theo takes a big step as a solo artist

Theo Watt, 50, joined the group when the legendary Colin “Bones” Delight left The Rockets and was a member for 31 years.

Security officers catch alleged hijacker in CBD

CCID security manager, Muneeb Hendricks, said the hijackers caught the attention of the patrolling CCID officers when they allegedly struggled to operate the truck.

Read of the Week

Karen Watkins reviews Karin Cronje's memoir There Goes English Teacher.

Play explores politics of hair

Show director Lance-Selae August, form Elsies River, says that when it comes to hair they had plenty to work with.

New cultural route explores our origins, taps tourism

Premier Helen Zille said the Cradle of Human Culture was what made people human, and this started globally in the southern Cape.

Law enforcement gets a boost

The main crime recorded in the city centre include pickpocketing, ATM fraud, theft out of motor vehicle, drug dealing and aggressive begging.

Lady of snakes set for Galloway stage

Serpentina is better known in the burlesque community as Red Baroness, recognised by her flaming red hair and bold body art.

It’s not long till race day…

The 50th Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon will take place on Saturday April 20. CCN editor Chantel Erfort will be running.

Food fundis

Gadija Sydow Noordien and her twin sister Fatima Sydow have published a cookbook.