Join the storytelling festival with Central library in the Company’s Garden

Hundreds of pupils from Grades 1 to 3 will join the Central library in the Company’s Garden, on Thursday April 21, for the...

Get dressed in colours of autumn and winter

This week Bulletin launches its new fashion column written by local designer and personal image consultant, Ronelda Rhode-Fielies. Ronelda, who grew up in Scottsville,...

Driving debate

Richard P Talliard, HeathfieldIt is comforting to realise there are examiners of driving licences who are willing to preserve the integrity of the profession. ...

Cycle lanes on track

karen watkinsThe construction of walkways and cycle lanes along seven major roads in the Constantia Valley has started. Transport for Cape Town (TCT), the City...

Cat-proof your home

Hazel King, Western Province Cat Club, Diep RiverThe Western Province Cat Club fully supports the sentiments expressed by Virginia Middleton (“Control your cats”,...

Care needed at railway zones

Rodney Leak, PlumsteadIt is with regret that we read of the death of a youngster on the railway line on Monday March 14 (“Salt...

Battle to sell flat

Philippe GirouardMy mother bought an apartment in The Rathfelder, in Diep River, in December 2014. There was a delay in the transfer of her...

All systems go for two-day Plain cycle fest

OWN CORRESPONDENTThe Tour D Plain 2016 is an annual non-competitive community cycling tour running through Mitchell’s Plain and Khayelitsha, starting at the Lentegeur Psychiatric...

A question of context

Tim van Stormbroek, Ferret Mining and Environmental Services (Pty) Ltd.The story “Uranium mining will impoverish thousands” (Bulletin, March 24) reports that “..... accidental contamination...

Support for South Peninsula High School principal Brian Isaacs at Wynberg...

Teachers, staff and community members showed their support for South Peninsula High School principal Brian Isaacs at Wynberg Magistrate’s Court on Friday April 1....