Women’s Art Fest moves online

This year’s festival will shine a spotlight on South Africa’s continuing epidemic of gender-based violence.

Read of the Week

Lauren O’Connor-May reviews My mother, my madness by Colleen Higgs.

Free online music and comedy show

The V&A Waterfront will have a free live streaming concert for Good Night Fridays on Friday, July 31 at 7pm.

‘Wrong to use stun grenades, water cannon on restaurant protesters’

Restaurant employees, owners and those working in hospitality gathered in a human chain-like protest, under the slogan #JobsSaveLives and #ServeUsPlease, in the city centre on Friday.

Solid Waste services suspended city-wide

The City says refuse collection backlog will be cleared soon and residents are urged to please not resort to illegal dumping.

WATCH: Police use water cannons during hospitality industry protest

Workers from the hospitality industry protested in the city centre today against the continued closure of the sector due to the national lockdown.

Marcel the turtle loses battle

An injured sea turtle handed to the Two Oceans Two Oceans Aquarium's turtle rehabilitation centre did not wake up from anesthesia after a successful operation.

Fountain flows again

After more than three years of non-operation, yesterday Mayor Dan Plato and CBD ward councillor Dave Bryant switched on the refurbished Adderley Street fountain.

Women’s arts festival in August

As South Africa tackles the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Artscape Theatre has decided to proceed with the 14th edition of its popular Women’s Humanity Arts Festival, as a series of live and pre-recorded online events taking place from Sunday August 9 to Friday August 31.

Driver’s licence validity extended until end of January

The City of Cape Town has welcomed the additional driving license extensions.