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‘No human health risks’ from sea marine outfalls

A long-awaited study by the Centre for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) suggests the city’s sea marine outfalls pose “no significant risk” to human...

No desalination plant for Hout Bay yet

The proposed desalination plant for Hout Bay does not form part of the first phase of such projects for Cape Town, says mayor Patricia...

Goldberg secures the future

Hout Bay resident and one of the two surviving Rivonia Trialists, Denis Goldberg, has embarked on a legacy project to secure the future of...

Homeless man drowns in Hout Bay harbour

A 60-year-old homeless man who sometimes worked as a car guard drowned near the boat slip-way in Hout Bay harbour this week.According to the...

Feast for the eye at antiques fair

A Hout Bay resident came up trumps at the National Cape Antiques Fair held at Aphen Estate in Constantia from Friday November 17 to...

Neglected City flats anger Hangberg residents

Residents of council flats in Hangberg are refusing to pay their rent because they say the flats are in a mess and the City...

Future of ‘triangle’ site discussed

The City of Cape Town confirmed this week it will use Hout Bay’s contested “triangle” site for emergency housing. Meanwhile, nearby residents say they’d...

Spanish music

■ Guitarist James Grace, pictured, and dancers from Carli Spanish Dance Productions in Johannesburg present Recuerdos, an all-Spanish guitar and dance programme featuring the...

IY family targeted in another shooting

Only days after mother of seven Elaine Hendricks was shot dead at her family’s shop in Imizamo Yethu, a relative survived a shooting in...

Green Faire a big hit

This year’s event theme was “saving water” and stallholders displayed various innovative water-saving devices such as low-flow shower heads, tap aerators and compost toilets. Solar...