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Book review: Thando Pato’s On the Rocks

On the RocksMemoir of a high-functioning alcoholicThando PatoMelinda Ferguson BooksReview: Voox SonandziThando is a Cape Town-born young woman working in the hustle and bustle...

Story of a courageous young entrepreneur

I was paid a lovely compliment recently, where someone said I had a young heart.I trust it means that my actions belie my grey...

Rondebosch Boys’ High to host Craven Week

Rondebosch Boys’ High School plays hosts to this year’s Craven week.After a two-year hiatus due to Covid-19 related regulations, Craven Week, the premier school...

Right-to-die activist has no regrets

Founder of Dignity SA Professor Willem Landman in conversation with right-to-die activist and author Sean Davison, who now lives with his family in Pinelands.Right-to-die...

Watch out for wildlife

The City of Cape Town has installed wildlife warning signs along five roads in Constantia, Noordhoek, Simon’s Town and Tokai where animals, including baboons,...

Rare breed

Carol Pieterse has been seeing a white squirrel in the Wellington Road area of Wynberg, where she lives. Her knowledge about squirrels is not...

Plumstead watch on recruitment drive

The Plumstead Neighbourhood Watch committee, from left, are public relations officer Eddie Wicomb, assistant chairperson Llewellyn Damon, chairperson Gary Klugman, secretary Jennifer Mc Calgan,...

Youth Day outreach

Children from Westlake Village enjoyed a day of fun at the Muizenberg civic centre on Wednesday June 11.About 70 children from Westlake Village enjoyed...

Sweet success

False Bay TVET College hospitality student Chanda du Plooy, of Strandfontein, won the Lancewood pastry category in the annual Young Stars Showcook Initiative Competition...

City hearing proposals on baboon management

The City is seeking proposals from the public on how to manage the Cape Peninsula’s growing baboon population.The City has been listening to the...