PHA gets a much needed helping hand

The campaign to keep the Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) a no-build zone gain- ed momentum last week when Heritage Western Cape made their decision...

Keep your lawn green and lush

OWN CORRESPONDENT With much of the country suffering the effects of drought, the City of Cape Town implemented Level 2 water restrictions at the...

It’s carnival time

The seventh annual Cape Town Carnival is set to dazzle the Green Point Fan Walk on Saturday March 12, from 3pm till late. With...

Five tips for aspiring entrepreneurs

STEVE REIDIt is a great privilege to have this platform to share with a considerably larger audience than I have to date. They say...

Anniversary

* Thomas Wildschutt Junior Primary School, which celebrates its 90th anniversary this month, will hold a thanksgiving service at the Wesley...

Day care centre kids on the street after City eviction

A group of youngsters from Cafda are trying to make a positive change in their community through soccer. Their motto, “We play for unity...

‘D6 stolen from us’

LILLIAN AMOS Tomorrow, February 11, will mark 50 years since District Six was declared an area for white people only, under apartheid’s cruel Group...

School instils pride

Grassy Park High School held its second annual Pride Act awards last week to give credit to pupils who performed well academically last year....

Kids out of school due to big waiting lists

ROSHAN ABRAHAMSIt’s almost a month since the start of the academic year, but there are children in Lavender Hill and Retreat who should have...

Friendly vibes linger in New Horizons

New Horizons in Pelican Park is a melting pot of people who moved from areas across the city such as Ottery, Lotus River, Hanover...