Poo finally stops flowing in service lane

Mayoral committee member for water and waste services, Xanthea Limberg, said the sewage emanates from a cracked pipe on private property in Jordaan Street.

UCT honours Denis Goldberg

During his imprisonment, Denis Goldberg obtained a degree in public administration (1969), a Bachelor of Arts (1975) and a degree in library science (1981).

Read of the Week

Breaking A Rainbow, Building A Nation is Rekgotsofetse Chikane's contribution to the Fallism politics.

WATCH: ‘You should not stop dreaming’

Janine Parenzee says the Junior Rosa Choir, a project of the Cape Cultural Collective, wants to bring hope to the community.

Increase in formal residential fires

The statistics for June show a decrease in the number of informal settlement fires, but a 15% increase in formal residential fires.

Calls for comment on Gandhi statue donation

The public participation process will officially take place from Monday July 15 to Friday July 26.

Solo recital

Megan-Geoffrey Prins, the 2019 Standard Bank Young Artist for Music, will present a solo recital exploring the multi-faceted nature of piano repertoire, at the Baxter Theatre on Saturday July 27.

Stop crime before renaming

Sherwood Court tenants claim more than 20 of their cars have been broken into over the years because of crime in the lane.

A Night at the Opera

The audience will be treated to arias, duets and excerpts from operas by Mozart, Rossini, Bellini, Verdi, Puccini, Bizet and more.

Fighting sexual exploitation

The Kwanele movement advocates for legal and social change to end prostitution.