The artist who really wants to teach

ANGELIQUE ELLISWorld-renowned artist David Thorpe, 66, who recently returned to Hout Bay after living in Plettenberg Bay, hopes to get all of ...

Take time to test the business market

What makes a good business idea a great idea? I am fortunate to be a facilitator in Pitch and Polish, a national competition helping...

Read of the Week

Omega, oor en uitFrancois Verster Tafelberg Review: Brian Joss Military conscription was made compulsory for all white males over the age of 16 in South Africa on...

Mushroom menace

PICTURES: Beverley KleinAlthough most South Africans have been brought up to be cautious of wild mushrooms, more and more people have shown a keen...

Lalela flies from IY to NY

Three members of Lalela have just returned from a trip-of-a-lifetime, a week in New York City. Imizamo Yethu residents Phozisa Nqenqa and Simphiwe...

Help older pets stay well this winter

OWN CORRESPONDENT Snuggling up with a blanket and hot chocolate around the fire - there’s something undeniably cosy about winter. While you’re going about...

Help homeless brace for cold

As South Africa braces itself for the onset of this year’s cold fronts, The Salvation Army is appealing to the public to donate blankets,...

Green charge spot a Hout Bay first

YOLANDE DU PREEZ Hout Bay residents making use of electric scooters can now recharge their vehicles at Dario’s Café while enjoying a cappuccino. The new...

Craft Market

Craft MarketFor a selection of local crafts, sculptures, art and home decor items, hot soup, pancakes and gluten-free bakes in the Bay, visit the...

Controlled Burns to be done

Residents of Green Point, Bakoven, Clifton, Vredehoek, Oranjezicht, Tamboerskloof and Signal Hill are likely to smell smoke when the City of Cape Town’s fire...