Biotech entrepreneurs pitch ideas

Nine of South Africa and Zimbabwe’s top early-stage biotech entrepreneurs were part of an intense six-month development training programme at the Cape Innovation and Technology’s Woodstock Bandwidth Barn.

Resident perseveres to plug leak

Brian Joss shares the story of Fish Hoek resident Lionel Tessendorf and the municipality.

A Night At The Musicals

The show, which comes to Cape Town direct from London, pays homage to the modern musical.


If you have seen Jessica Ntumba, contact the Pink Ladies on 072 214 7439 or the police on 082 522 1085.

Sarepta Secondary to get spruced-up sports field

Pupil Victorino Manuel said the team had been given a chance to change anything at the school, and they had decided the sports field made the most sense.

Kuils River principal was a true inspiration

Deputy principal Hildegarde McCallum said the school was suffering a great loss and would remember “Zonny” for her leadership, support, kindness and a great sense of humour.

Teaching children the alphabet

The 134-page book by Loandi Malherbe was unveiled at the Kraaifontein library on Saturday September 7. It has both Afrikaans and English versions and uses illustrations and exercises to teach 4-to-6-year-olds the alphabet.

Man caught with stolen property

According to Brackenfell police spokeswoman Captain Erica Crous, police spotted the man coming from the industrial area, carrying something heavy.

Water supply disruptions in Boston

Boston residents have been warned of water disruptions on Thursday September 12 from 8pm until 4am on Friday September 13.

Police on the hunt for rape suspect

A 21-year-old Cape Peninsula University of Technology student was abducted from a bust stop just metres from the hospital's gate on Tuesday September 3.