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Students launch text book website

University textbooks can cost thousands of rand, but now a UCT student has built a website to make buying and selling second-hand books a...

Share history of Maiden’s Cove

Vanessa September, Gary Stewart, Janey Ball, co-founders, Maiden’s Cove for All Maiden’s Cove for All (MCA) is a newly formed non-profit established to represent the...

Sea wall and sand trap at Mariner’s Wharf

Visitors to the Mariner’s Wharf side of Hout Bay beach will have seen a wall being built on the edge of the parking lot. According...

Rocky road to fair fishing

Hout Bay fishers fear a court battle between wildlife activists and the state over West Coast rock lobster stocks could lead to their quotas...

Read of the Week

ConnectJulian Gough Picador Review: Lauren O’Connor-May I started off really liking this book and continued liking it, until I got to the end. The story ends with an...

Mandela Day

Imizamo Yethu Seniors were treated to a special event on Tuesday July 17, ahead of Mandela Day. The lunch was hosted by the Hout...

In nature there is natural recycling

This week our fourth study article for the 2018 Thrive EnviroQuiz competition, written by sustainability advocate ANNABEL RYDER, explores waste and resource utilisation. Included...

De Lille saddles up with Bikers for Mandela

On Saturday July 14, Cape Town’s Executive Mayor Patricia de Lille joined the Bikers for Mandela Rally in partnership with Zelda le Grange,...

Artist inspired by dreamers and heroes

Anthony de Klerk’s latest exhibition was inspired by South African icons such as Chris Hani, Nelson Mandela and Steve Biko, as well as everyday...

Bold move for housing

Hangberg residents say they are now clearing state land and building brick homes on it because the City of Cape Town has failed to...