Remember a hero

Archdeacon Thomas Lightfoot (1831-1904) was a well-respected public figure in Cape Town and was renowned for his work with the poor and destitute. He...

Reduced tarrifs welcomed

Janine Myburgh, president, Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomes the slight relaxation of water restrictions following...

Help us help the elderly

Heather Allen, Order of St Lazarus The Western Cape Commandery of the Order of St Lazarus is asking you to help us help the ill,...

Fresh face for fountain

A fountain built to remember a 19th century cleric, who was a hero to the city’s poor, has long been abandoned to the elements,...

Childhood cancer in the spotlight

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and non-profit company Cupcakes of Hope will be hosting South Africa’s seventh National Cupcake Day 4 Kids with...

Blood Brothers

■ The fourth annual Blood Brothers show returns to Cape Town to rock against cancer in support of The Vrede Foundation. Francois van Coke,...

Association looks after Chinese community

Looking after the well-being of the Chinese community in the Western Cape while promoting Chinese culture is the cornerstone of the Western Province Chinese...

Theft out of motor-vehicles is CBD’s most prevalent crime

Cape Town Central police station took the top spot in two categories in the latest crime statistics.It topped the lists as the station with...

Dam levels reach 70%

The city's dam levels have improved by 0.9% over the past week to 70% of storage capacity.The average water consumption for the past week...

Man nabbed with drugs and counterfeit money

A 30-year-old man was arrested for possession of dagga, mandrax and $9 600 which were confirmed as counterfeit in the Culemborg area yesterday.City Law...