Diving into Bob’s world

Trevor “Bob” Hayward sells antiques at the Milnerton Market.

City pools open for school holidays

Water tankers will transport water obtained from identified non-potable water sources to the open pools.

Plato reacts to latest crime statistics

All provinces have recorded increases in contact crimes in the last financial year, according to crime statistics.

Marches against gender-based violence

Thousands came out to support several protests last week in response to a wave of femicide and child murders.

War on our women and children

Accelerate Cape Town's Ryan Ravens writes about gender-based violence in society.

Female warrior fights for change

Mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter Jessica Mouneimne, who lives in the Cape Town CBD, had a tough childhood and was exposed to drug abuse from a young age.

Free walking tour

The free walking tour, on Heritage Day, will start and finish at the Company’s Garden Visitor’s Centre, near the restaurant.

Shark Night

During the second week of October, the Two Oceans Aquarium will be hosting the symposium, designed for scientists and researchers who specialise in sharks and rays, but with content that they will be sharing at Shark Night.

Read of the Week

Simonéh de Bruin-Fortuin reviews Give Me Your Hand by Megan Abbot.

‘Come in if you’re unsafe’

Businesses in the CBD have started a safety movement for people feeling vulnerable on the streets.