Help a dog find a forever home

Many of the animals up for adoption at the Grassy Park-based organisation have either been rescued by the SPCA or surrendered by owners who are no longer able to take care of their pets.

City says it’s not targeting the homeless

Mayoral committee member for safety and security, JP Smith, says any person found in contravention of a City by-law is liable to a fine - homeless or not.

Lauren reconnects with her inner artist

Lauren Rossouw is now the owner of a small business, Made for You by Me, where she hand-paints jewellery and illustrations, and also designs on clothing from her home.

V&A Waterfront strives to be plastic-free

The Waterfront has invested over R45 million in sustainability since 2008, according to operations manager, Petro Myburgh.

A space for open dialogue

The dialogue, held on the first Thursday of every month, aims to provide a space for people to speak about issues in society.

Long Street problems persist

Cape Town Central police spokesperson Captain Ezra October said as Crime Prevention Unit members were doing patrols and conducting operations, a fight broke out and a boy was stabbed in the head.

Mixed bag chit chat about passion and pain

PechaKucha, which is Japanese for chit chat, is a gathering where people from all walks of life get together to share their ideas, works, thoughts and experiences.

Laugh out loud for charity

The comedy show, called Penny for a Laugh, will take place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on Friday July 19.

Read of the Week

Lauren O’Connor-May reviews Silent Night.

Confessions of a Mormon Boy

The production, which was first performed in 2001, has since been seen across the USA, Australia, Scandinavia, Europe and now South Africa.