Mayor commits to climate change initiative

CARL COLLISON In a recent address to the Climate Coalition, Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille outlined the City’s commitment to rolling out climate...

Making a splash…

With the South African Lifesaving Championships set to take place in a few weeks’ time in Port Elizabeth, lifeguards from around the peninsula had...

Long-time workers honoured for service

STAFF REPORTERCultural Affairs and Sport MEC Anroux Marais presented long-service awards to her department’s officials at a ceremony at the Lagoon Beach...

Human rights activist wins top prize

JOHN HARVEYWhere the rest of South Africa may view escalating tensions over race as a portent of a troubled future, world-renowned human rights activist...

How to register for 2016 municipal elections

STAFF REPORTERWith the 2016 local government elections scheduled to be held in mid-August as announced by President Jacob Zuma in his State of the...

Housing plan in pipeline

SOYISO MALITIThe Maroela Housing Project, in Kraaifontein, will see nearly 2 000 Wallacedene and Bloekombos residents benefit from the development. Situated next to the...

Cape Town lands JSE office

JOHN HARVEYThe new Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) office in Newlands is up and running, with the official grand opening scheduled to take place in...

Budget: a tight squeeze

ORIELLE BERRY There was mixed reaction to the Budget speech last week with Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan walking a tight rope between sweetening the...

Budget-beating chicken dishes

ORIELLE BERRYWhile the 2016 Budget may mean we need to tighten our belts metaphorically speaking, this does not indicate we need to pull them...

Bank takes eight months to really make things happen

Jessica Meiring of Rondebosch lost allhope of recovering e1 249.93 (R16 000 at the time) from Nedbank which took its time to “Make Things...