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Skatepark on a roll

After four long years, the City of Cape Town has finally given the Eyethu skatepark the go-ahead and ground could be broken on the...

Transform community

Jane Flack, Hout Bay It is always good to hear the bad news and the positive news. Thank you to the Sentinel for providing us...

Top award for local brewery

Hout Bay’s Urban Brewing Co. scooped a prestigious Silver Award for their Monkey’s Paw Pilsner, at the fourth annual South African National Beer Trophy...

Shocking parking rate

Chris Grinton, Hout Bay Last week, I had a business trip to Johannesburg of four days’ duration. The rate shown for long-term parking was R588,...

Read of the Week

Being LilyQarnita Loxton Kwela Review: Lauren O’Connor-May Being Lily is the follow-up to lawyer-author Qarnita Loxton’s debut novel, Being Kari. I have not read Being Kari, but...

James House honours their women

It was a day of relaxation, pampering and enjoyment last week as James House rewarded 35 female staffers for their dedication and continued efforts...

Heritage Day activities

Hangberg non-profit Fisher Women for Change is using Heritage Day on Monday September 24 to teach children to care for the environment. The organisation will...

Health MEC addresses fears of clinic staff

Health MEC Nomafrench Mbombo faced some tough questions when she visited the clinic in Hangberg this week. The clinic was closed controversially after clashes between...

‘Fish must be protected’

A group of Hangberg residents is concerned that free fish intended to be distributed among the poor and vulnerable in the harbour community are...

High praise from public on dagga ruling

Dagga or marijuana is now legal for private use in South Africa, following a ruling by the Constitutional Court on Tuesday September 18.The historic ruling...