Robberies in city centre a concern for police

Cape Town Central Community Police Forum (CPF) members have expressed concern about robberies with weapons following an incident where a French student was stabbed...

Read of the Week

Blood OrangeHarriet Tyce Wildfire Review: Karen Watkins Dark, domestic, deeply disturbing. This psychological thriller is domestic noir with extra noir. At the heart is Alison Wood. She...

No bicycle rack

Karen Watkins, Woodstock As a regular user of the wonderful Cape Town library I find it surprising that more than R43 million was spent...

New tariffs for the Island

As of Saturday June 1, Robben Island Museum will implement two-tier pricing for international and South African visitors. The museum’s chief financial officer, Blayne...

Ithuba aims to grow economic opportunities

A project to improve economic opportunity in the city was launched at the Granary last Thursday.Project Ithuba, according to Mayco member for economic opportunities...

Homeless shelters to get winter boost

Homeless shelters will get R700000 in aid as part of the City of Cape Town’s winter readiness programme, which was launched in Athlone last...

A festival inspired by African coffee

The Cape Town Coffee Festival will be taking place on Saturday June 1 and Sunday June 2 at the Castle of Good Hope, from...

WATCH: The voting process explained

The voting process explained by an Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) official.

WATCH: SAPS election drill

The South African Police Service (SAPS) says it is ready to keep the peace during the general elections on Wednesday May 8.

‘Dial-a-Ride failed us’

Applicants wanting to make use of the Dial-A-Ride service are required to phone the Transport Information Centre to obtain and to complete an application form. The service is currently oversubscribed.