Timour Hall baulks at girder house

Steel beams protruding from this building site in Timour Hall are to be clad in grey corrugated iron sheeting.An industrial-style home - complete with...

Scholarship and bursary opportunities await

The Department of Water and Sanitation is offering bursaries to those planning careers in the sector.Matrics and students pursuing water-related qualifications have until Sunday...

Closing cruise

Helen Millson of Newlands watching the yachts go by.The end of the organised racing sailing season for the False Bay Yacht Club took place...

EFF picket over ’poisoned’ tree

The silence of the green leafy suburb of Tokai was broken on Thursday June 10 as 100 Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) supporters gathered in...

Book review: Why are you looking at me?

Why are you looking at me?Jean du PlessisLonely StaircaseReview: Karen WatkinsThis powerful mix of photography and prose frames moments in time in the travels...

Call for comments on one-way conversion

Constantiaberg Close is off Birmingham Road near to Constantiaberg Mediclinic.The City’s transport directorate is calling on the public to comment on the proposal to...

Musical extravaganza for Masque Theatre

A Boarding Line, a musical extravaganza is on at the Masque Theatre from Friday June 11 to Saturday June 19.A Boarding Line,...

Constantia post office closes its doors

Customer Pat Danford, branch manager Basil Petersen, teller Liezel Oosthuizen and support staff Nathalie Mentile.Constantia post office closed its doors on Saturday June 5...

Bin-picking an intrusion

Ursula Schenker, chairperson, Associated Seniors’ ClubOnce again elderly residents, including myself, take issue with the bin pickers in our and surrounding areas, who on...

3 Arts Village on track to open in August

Rapfund Investments chief operating officer and development manager Alan Menigo says everything is on track for 3 Arts Village to be opened on Thursday...