Taxi ban returns

Taxis are not allowed to use the Hout Bay route following an outbreak of violence last week.

All systems go for Ultra-Trail Cape Town

Cape Town’s Bianca Tarboton, who won the women’s race in the 2018 UTCT 21km, says the 21km race is ideal for those looking to progress in their trail running and push themselves to longer distances.

Ballet with a twist

Satori includes Sheeple by South African choreographer, Michelle Reid; Concerto Barocco by the legendary George Balanchine; and an original commissioned work for Cape Town City Ballet by UK choreographer, Kenneth Tindall.

Positive strokes for Kronendal

Kronendal is the only school in the valley to have a pool, and swimming has always been at the heart of its summer sports programme.

Pied piper

Ross Jennings conducted a motivational workshop with the pupils, sharing stories of his travels with them and highlighting the importance of breaking stereotypes and being your own person.

Students develop unique start-ups

Aspiring entrepreneurs from UCT’s Genesis Project had to start their own business as part of their course.

Fun at False Bay nature reserve

There will be a bird display by Eagle Encounters Raptor Rehabilitation Centre, a reptile show by the Cape Reptile Club and a display by the Metro police dog and horse units.

Calls for peace accord to be reviewed

Community activist Roscoe Jacobs confirmed that they had filed papers at the court but were struggling to secure legal representation.

Wear a flower crown on Garden Day

Garden Day was created by Candide, a gardening app that connects gardeners with fellow plant lovers, public gardens and plant nurseries.

Read of the Week

Karen Watkins reviews a collection of short stories covering Magaret Jacobsohn’s years of research while skirting the war zones in remote Kaokoveld in north-western Namibia.