Final farewells

A pile of soggy tissues frilled with tears lay on the table before Eleanor Lawrence last Friday April 22 as friends, colleagues, sponsors and...

Constantia artist leaves a lasting impression

Teddy fairThe annual Teddy Bear Fair, hosted by the Dutch Reformed Church Constantia and the Cape Teddy Bear Community, will be held at The...

Celebration of a free, democratic, SA

HISHAAM MOHAMED Y esterday, Wednesday April 27, has our Freedom Day. On this day we celebrate a day that marks the birth of...

Bus routes and cycling lanes are the way to go

Tom Campbell, BergvlietI refer to a letter from Brian Hoare published recently (“City must work for us”, Bulletin letters, March 31). A few years ago,...

Book details convict’s journey to freedom

LAUREN O’CONNOR-MAYThe first part of John Palm’s life story is not very different from that of a thousand others playing out on the Cape...

Win tickets to see Irish Rebellion doccie

On Easter Monday April 24 1916, a group of 2 500 Irish men and women, rebelled against British rule in Ireland. This Easter...

Willy’s recycling drive came to an end

A blonde in the office was spotted putting her credit card into her DVD drive and pulling it out very quickly.When a colleague asked...

WBHS tops at inter-schools’ regatta

Damian GibbsThis year’s event was tightly contested with rivals SACS nipping at their heels throughout the weekend’s eight races. The Wynberg team consisted of...

Traffic trouble

Graham Heunis, PlumsteadI recently conducted a traffic volume survey and came up with the following result, 296 vehicles in 15 minutes equating to approximately...

Sweet Valley Primary

Craft marketSouth Peninsula Mayors’ Market will be holding a craft market of handmade items made by the unemployed from Monday April 25 to Friday...