Female criminals on the rise

Cape Town Central police spokesman, Captain Ezra October, says the volume of theft-out-of-motor-vehicle cases is increasing, and the crime remains a top priority for the station.

A woman of unfathomable worth

Reverend Beulah Durrheim pays tribute to Charmaine Marcia McKinney.

Women’s awards

The seventh annual Fabulous Woman Awards were held on Saturday August 3 at the Marriott Hotel Crystal Towers in Century City.

Artist supports District Six petition

James Yates used to work as a printer in the Cape Town CBD during the 1960s and he shot photographs of the old District Six during his lunch breaks. He has now used those images as reference for a series of paintings.

Stealing the hearts of the homeless

Muslim Hands fund-raising manager, Imraan Roomany, said the campaign, also known as the Ubushushu, has been running since 2008, and every year, the organisation goes into different areas in the City Bowl to feed the homeless.

City opens business hub

The hub will offer services such as guidance and information on how to start a business, providing contact details of business development services, and face-to-face consultations by appointment.

Norodi uses her knowledge to manage records

Norodi Nkosi has a degree in library and information sciences from the University of the Western Cape and worked several jobs while she was studying.

Week in pictures

Some DJs also donated their time. All proceeds were donated to three NGOs - Melela 4 Children, The Homestead Project for street children, and Ladles of Love.

City’s draft Coastal By-law open for public comment

The draft by-law will regulate recreational and business activities along the Cape Town coastline.

Streetscapes garden project grows

The Streetscapes programme, a project by CBD-based NGO Khulisa Solutions, helps homeless people integrate into society.