WWRA is apolitical

Darron Araujo, WynbergI write in my personal capacity in response to Gwyneth Collins. I am an ordinary member of the Wynberg Residents’ and Ratepayers’ Association...

Sponsor a vendor a bib

Ellen Fedele, PlumsteadMost Capetonians are aware of the Funny Money vendors in the southern suburbs, mostly around Claremont where their generous sponsor and inventor...

SANParks ‘a law unto itself’

Terry Simon, TokaiI refer to the letter by Jane Laing and the response from Merle Collins of SANParks (“Fynbos is a safety risk”, Bulletin,...

Porter evictions loom

Eviction is imminent for the 12 remaining residents on the former Porter Reform School land - two of whom are children under the age...

Nuts about knitting

Wynberg Girls recovered somewhat from its knitting fever on Friday August 19 when the sixth the Wool for Wonders campaign came to an end. Although,...

Name and shame lunatic driver

Penny Corbett, BergvlietOn Wednesday August 3 (voting day) at 10.30am we walked our dogs at Groot Constantia from where my husband decided to run...

Knitted knockers offer comfort for women

I nearly dropped a portion of lasagna on the floor instead of on my friend’s plate when she asked: “Have you heard about Knitted...

Kite competition deadline looms

Primary schools and schools for pupils with special educational needs have until Friday September 9 to enter this year’s EduKite Competition and be part...

Ines turns 100

Ines Calderara turned 100 on Thursday August 18. Her secret to long-life: “No medicine, wine only,” her nephew Giorgio Sanguineti said. Ms Calderara spent her...

Entries now open for Zabalaza Festival

The Baxter’s Zabalaza Theatre Festival is calling for applications from theatre-makers, directors, scriptwriters, community groups and theatre companies to participate in the event next...