Khoisan recognised

President Cyril Ramaphosa who signed the Traditional and Khoisan Leadership Bill into legislation on November 28.

Oom Kallie’s legacy lives on

Oom Kallie was seldom sick but was hospitalised for kidney failure on Friday December 13 and died on Thursday December 26.

City signs new contract with Dial-a-Ride

HG Travelling Services has signed a new contract to provide the Dial-a-Ride service for at least another nine months.

All systems go for minstrels parade

Cape Town welcomes the new year with Minstrels and Malay Choir events.

Thousands of litres of alcohol confiscated

In terms of the City’s by-laws, the introduction and consumption of alcohol on beaches and other public spaces is prohibited.

Disabled and elderly’s plea for lower floor flats

Disabled and elderly tenants, who live in City-owned housing rental units, have pleaded with the City of Cape Town to assist them by moving them from third and fourth floor apartments to ground floor flats.

Read of the Week

Chantel Erfort reviews Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman.

Othello

Othello: A Woman’s Story highlights our primal selves, where the prison setting captures the darkest and purest sides of the human condition.

Police investigate three murders

A 37-year-old man was shot and killed in Roos Court on Friday December 6.

Nature destroyed

Mariam Mariam Davids says a section of the False Bay Nature Reserve is being destroyed by vagrants.