Case between homeless and City postponed

The director of Dingley Marshall Inc, Lucien Lewin, said the City had agreed not to harass or confiscate the belongings of homeless people while the court case is pending.

Resident perseveres to plug leak

Brian Joss shares the story of Fish Hoek resident Lionel Tessendorf and the municipality.

Perpetrators lack empathy for others

Carin-Lee Masters looks at the impact of the recent spate of gender-based violence throughout the country.

Men to stand up against GBV

International non-profit, The Mankind Project, is calling on all men to #RealMenStandUp against the scourge of gender-based violence.

Know Your Station Commander booklet

Community Safety MEC Albert Fritz has promised to visit the 10111 call centre to conduct oversight over the facilities and to determine the causes of the reportedly slow service delivery.

WATCH: Women at Cape Flats Book Fest

Women have their say at the inaugural Cape Flats Book Festival which was held in Mitchell's Plain.

UCT students crowdfund to retaliate against GBV

UCT students have started the #IWillNotBeNext initiative which is meant to raise funds to buy pepper sprays for female students.

Another child shot

An 8-year-old boy was hit by a stray bullet on Monday August 26, at about 7pm, when gangs shot at each other in Parkers Walk in Parkwood.

Showing some skills

Pupils from all grades were able to express themselves through art and made bags, paintings, table cloths, clocks and other things that were displayed at the school.

World’s best koesister

More than 100 people from all over the city brought their koesisters to enter the competition, held by Radisson Red in partnership with Vannie Kaap.