Read of the Week

The House on Cold HillPeter James Macmillan Review: Brian Joss Peter James, known for his Roy Grace thrillers, turns his attention to a house haunted by malevolent...

Maestro marks a milestone

Milnerton resident Alvon Collison is preparing to celebrate his 75th birthday with a show on Sunday April 24, at the Dutch Reformed Church hall...

Hout Bay Sea Scouts shine at Kon-Tiki

Craft MarketThe Lions Club of Hout Bay Art and Craft Market is held on Hout Bay Common, every Sunday, weather permitting from 10am to...

Hout Bay author writes about spice of life

There is no end to the creativity that flows from the pen of Hout Bay author, singer, songwriter and poet, Regine Josephy-Stelzmann. At the...

Favourite auctioneer back with a bang

JOHN HARVEYGoing once, going twice ... no he’s not! Cape Town’s favourite auctioneer is back. After only a five-year hiatus from the industry, Julius Buchinsky,...

Call for legal action

YOLANDE DU PREEZ The stench emanating from the Oceana fish factory is nothing new to Hout Bay residents but this year there is something...

Read of the Week

The Sword And The PenAllister Sparks Jonathan Ball Review: Brian Joss The Sword and the Pen about the life and times of veteran journalist Allister Sparks who...

Pharmacies speak out against ‘bullying’

CARL COLLISON Concerned about what they view as a potential threat to the continued existence of independently owned, community-based pharmacies, the Independent Community Pharmacy...

Nippy midfield general guides squad to Cup victory

MZOXOLO BUDAZAHout Bay’s Daniel Jordan, 9, proved to be an inspirational captain as he led Camps Bay’s Legends Soccer School to victory in the...

Holiday project boosts children’s spirits

The Hout Bay sports and recreation centre was abuzz with activities organised by the United Apostolic Faith Ministries (UAFM) in Imizamo Yethu during a...