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Thousand litres of alcohol down the drain

The City of Cape Town’s law enforcement department has started destroying thousands of litres of alcohol which were confiscated in the past financial year. The...

Taking to the streets

“I often get told that I’m enabling the homeless people to remain on the streets by giving them a bowl of food, but if...

SPCA goes on the hunt for alleged gosling killer

The SPCA is trying to track a driver who allegedly knocked and killed two goslings on the corner of Spin and Adderley streets on...

Nexus at the Artscape

Jazzart Dance Theatre’s production entitled Nexus will be staged at the Artscape on Friday November 23 and Saturday November 24.Nexus consists of a series...

Murder mystery in the city

No arrests have been made in the murder of John Curran, 60, who was stabbed in his flat in Buitengracht Street last Wednesday.Cape Town...

Mural welcomed in the city

Cape Town’s largest public art mural was completed last week, and is on show to the public in Harrington Street. The mural, done by Belgian...

Improving education

The Director of the South African Primary Education Support Initiative (SAPESI), Tadashi Hasunuma, once had tea with Nelson Mandela, who told him that education...

Concert to raise funds for seniors’ lunch

Humanity is Our Life, an organisation helping disadvantaged youth and elderly in the city, is ending its charity concert the year with a...

Battery Park at the V&A Waterfront’s Canal District

The inner city urban park, Battery Park at the V&A Waterfront’s Canal District, officially opened to the public on Saturday November 10. Visitors on the...

Line-up for festive lights switch-on announced

The City of Cape Town says the theme for this year’s festive lights switch-on is #BeInspiring.The city’s biggest free open-air event will take place...