Businesses to source own energy

Janine Myburgh, President of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and IndustryNearly half the businesses in Cape Town are planning to generate their own...

Ticket, but no place to ride

SOYISO MALITINormal rail services in the northern suburbs were disrupted after two serious acts of vandalism on the Kraaifontein and Kuils River lines in...

The frustrating case of some missing money

Pumla Hashe had the blues after R400 her daughter transferred to her from Shoprite U Save, Parklands, disappeared. Ms Hashe said she was on...

Sub-council’s taxis, traffic cops conundrum

SOYISO MALITIThere are only 12 traffic officers patrolling the northern suburbs of Kraaifontein, Brackenfell, Bellville and Durbanville, among others, the City’s traffic services said...

Award for Wallacedene Primary

ORIELLE BERRYThe Western Cape Education Department last week dished out 53 awards in 12 categories to schools for improvement and excellence in the department’s...

What’s On

Photography talkAt the Cape Town Photographic Society’s next monthly education and development session - today, Wednesday February 17 - photographer Vernon Chalmers, will talk...

‘They took the place from under our feet’

From page 1 “When I had to move away, I told my wife I was going to finish with the railways and started working for...

Sarepta home for aged under investigation

ORIELLE BERRYThe Sarepta AFM Home for the Aged is under investigation by the Department of Social Development, and the executive welfare board of the...

Prevention key to end remote jamming

STAFF REPORTER Remote jamming is a method of breaking into vehicles that will become increasingly popular because it attracts very little attention, so prevention...

District Six families scarred by removals

SOYISO MALITIUrsula Brooksbank was only five when her family was kicked out of District Six but she remembers the profound sadness of that...