CCID officers sharpen their gaze on crime

The Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID) has completed the training and roll-out of body-worn video (BWV) units to all its on-the-ground public...

BAT to settle at V&A Waterfront

The managing director of British American Tobacco (BAT), the second largest company on the JSE in Cape Town, moved to her new home in...

Spike in contact crime

Cape Town Central Police Station are warning residents about the increase in contact crimes in the precinct. There were 77 more of these cases in...

Santa Shoebox marks 10th anniversary

The Santa Shoebox Project, a charity that brings Christmas cheer to thousands of children in some of the country's poorest communities, celebrated it’s 10th...

Mardia’s organic culinary journey

"The restaurant industry in the city centre is an explosion of people with talent. Whether or not it is sustainable remains to be seen,...

Scarying up funds for a good cause

The annual Zombie Walk, which took place in the city centre, on Saturday October 29, attracted over 4 000 people this year - ...

Kathy demystifies the art of pole dancing

“Holding your body weight up in mid-air is an incredible display of strength and skill. It’s defying gravity,” said Kathy Lee, the founder of...

Gary Thomas back in SA

■ After a year and a half of living and performing all over Europe, South African musician Gary Thomas has returned home as Eland...

Death-defying feats for a worthy cause

The Rainbow Academy has been working hard to raise funds for the students who will form part of the course next year, and to...

Tribute as Sybil’s star dims

The Cape Town theatre community has lost a mother, a mentor and a legend.Camps Bay resident and artist agent Sybil Sands, who passed away...