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Last instalment of Good Night Fridays

At the Watershed, visitors are welcome to play some old school games such as Super Mario, Pac-Man, pinball and much more on one of the two arcade machines, free of charge.

Book Lounge events open to the public

The Book Lounge will host the launch of Betrayal by Jonathan Ancer today, Thursday September 19.

Heritage Day concert,

The Ramon Alexander Quartet will be performing the music of Ibrahim Khalil Shihab alongside special guests Ibrahim Khalil Shihab and Lionel Beukes.

Stats show CBD has the most crime

Cape Town Central police station is number one on the national list for most reported crime, according to statistics

Help find my uncle

Lana Matthys is looking for her uncle who is believed to hang around the Cape Town Parade, CBD and the Sea Point area.

CapeTowner among the finalists at Sikuvile awards

Tamlynne Thompson’s story “Women speak out” was a finalist in the category for popular journalism in the 2019 Standard Bank Sikuvile Journalism Awards.

Makeshift rank an eyesore, say residents

Since the middle of January, around 350 taxis have parked in Selkirk Street under the Nelson Mandela Boulevard bridge, according to a District Six resident who does not want to be named for fear of reprisals.

CBD grows despite economic climate

Researcher Sharon Gordon said last year property values increased by 40%, with a total of 39 new developments worth R13.5 billion either recently completed, under construction or in the pipeline.

Roadworks at the Waterfront under way

One lane in the outbound carriage-way will be closed to traffic. All vehicles will be diverted into the open lane while the roadworks take place.

Spring fashion

Spring is in the air and fashionistas have abandoned their winter threads for lighter and cooler ensembles. TSHIAMO MOKATSANE took to the CBD streets to find out what inspired people’s outfits this week.