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PHA in spotlight

Campaigners fighting to save the Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) from being paved over with development held a four- day summit last week where they...

Wine’s got a young, new thing

What are younger people drinking nowadays? Does wine have no appeal for the younger generation? KAREN WATKINS journeys far and wide in her search...

The Winter Life exhibition

The Winter Life exhibition is currently showing at The Studio art gallery, Imhoff farm, until Tuesday October 31. At the opening, Tokai resident Michaela...

Romantic rhapsody

The Hungarian Trio will present a programme of music from Hungary, Old Vienna and Eastern Europe, at 3pm on Sunday October 1, at Christ...

The PHA should not be used for inappropriate development

It’s vital to protect the aquifer under the Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA), a groundwater expert told a summit last week. Speaking at the 2017...

Battle of the wands

Ten young magicians will vie for provincial champion titles and top honours at the battle of the wands which takes place at Bergvliet High...

Climate change relevant to PHA

The aquifer, wetlands and other ecological infrastructure are necessary to absorb “environmental shocks” such as floods and droughts associated with a warmer future climate,...

City roadshow provides information

A City of Cape Town information roadshow rolled into Westlake on Tuesday September 12. Stands were set up in the Commando Hall, where residents...

Awareness before developing land

Mea Lashbrooke, Bergvliet The story “Stonehurst input deadline extended” (Bulletin, September 7) refers. Privileged to live within the embrace of the Greater Constantia Valley, we should...

As a matter of fact…

Chris Bennett, Naval Heritage Trust The Out and About column of Thursday September 14 (“Unpacking the stories of Joy Packer”,, Bulletin) refers. Your columnist has...