Wrecking ball to fall on ruined Goodwood houses.

The wrecking ball is soon to swing against two blights on the Goodwood neighbourhood. Heritage Western Cape (HWC) has granted a demolition permit for houses...

Read of the Week

Lauren O’Connor-May reviews A Lute of Eleven Strings.

Covid-19 testing to be limited to high risk individuals

The City of Cape Town has shared some tips on how to treat mild Covid-19 cases at home.

Confusion as schools reopen

Up to 98% of schools in the Western Cape managed to reopen on Monday June 1, according to reports.

Badisa fights against child abuse during lockdown.

Child Protection Week is being commemorated between Sunday May 31 and Sunday June 1.

Water supply disrupted

Zero pressure tests will disrupt water supply in Bellville South, Beroma, Glenhaven, La Biance and Kasselsvlei until Friday morning.

Scottsville woman feeds the needy

Donita Stephens has offered to help more than 50 families with food parcels during the lockdown.

Long queues as liquor stores reopen

Under the regulations, taverns and restaurants are permitted to sell alcohol for home consumption.

Goodwood among Covid-19 hot spots

Civic leaders are angry that the Western Cape Department of Health has listed Goodwood as a Covid-19 hot spot. They want to know why. The...

Rising star joins Mpumalanga’s Pumas

UWC law graduate, Brandon Valentyn, from Kraaifontein, will strut his stuff at Mbombela Stadium in November, after signing a two-year contract with the Pumas Rugby Club, last month.