Week in pictures

The Something about Power exhibition opened at the Gallery F on Tuesday November 5.

CBD thefts keep police on their toes

Cape Town Central spokesperson, Captain Ezra October, said an officer patrolling the area witnessed a man snatch a cellphone from another man waiting for a taxi cab on the corner of Bree and Strand streets.

Future of the refugees in limbo

More than 400 people and around 150 children continue to live in cramped conditions in the church on Greenmarket Square.

Seasonal firefighting recruits start training

The training course started on Monday November 11 with induction and orientation, and the issuing of personal protective equipment.

Festive Lights switch-on

The 50th celebration of the Festive Lights Switch-On will take place on Sunday December 1 at 4pm.

City’s Bok victory parade

The 2019 Rugby World Cup champions will be bringing the Webb Ellis trophy to town next week.

Second chance

The “East City Project”, sponsored by Janette de Villiers from The Electric in Canterbury Street, is aimed at cleaning up the derelict parking area adjacent to the Streetscapes garden near Fruit and Veg City.

Viennese Ball

Guests came dressed in their best, and enjoyed World-famous Austrian opera singers as well as South African artists and dancers.

Demonstrating true grit in face of adversity

Afriversity is a digital skills learning concept which was started by Jade and George Wyngaardt.

Developments to change face of CBD

Demolition has already started on the corner of Loop and Riebeek streets, as work on mixed-use development The Rubik commences.