‘The school goes on’, says SP principal

KAREN WATKINS With three years left to retirement, South Peninsula High School principal Brian Isaacs feels he has done everything he wanted to do...

Win tickets to Woodstock Live

A live music event which encourages Cape Town’s residents to connect with each other through events staged at a Woodstock park, will be launched...

Suggestions for safety

Jeremy Rothon, KenilworthThere are more and more attacks happening in our forests (“Franziska remembered”, Bulletin, March 10). What about a neighbourhood watch team on...

Share memories of the past

David HillI have a dream...” The Venerable Terry Lester, Archdeacon of Constantia, makes no apology for borrowing that famous quote and he is determined...

Salvation Army hosts Easter service

STAFF REPORTERThe Salvation Army will once again host Cape Town’s interdenominational Easter sunrise service at Rhodes Memorial, continuing a tradition that began in...

Salt River pupil hit by train

A school pupil was killed at Wittebome station on Monday March 14.Metrorail’s spokesperson Riana Scott confirmed the death of a pedestrian at 3.43pm. According...

Remembering a stalwart BKM member

Anyone who has been involved with crime-fighting in the Constantia Valley will probably have had dealings with Cecil Peter Watts over the years.Mr Watts...

Read of the Week

Forgotten Cape TownResearched by: Tony Grogan Don Nelson Publishers Review: Brian Joss One of the rare photographs dated 1912, in this book subtitled, A Visual History of...

Mystery of vacant plot uncovered

If you’ve been wondering about the strange mounds on land located at the junction of Westlake and Boyes drives, chances are your imagination has...

Keep the pine trees

Penny Corbett, BergvlietAfter the tragic murder of an innocent young person, I wonder if the ( powers that be) will consider leaving the remaining...