Firefighters battle Parliament blaze

Smoke billowed across the city centre skyline as Parliament caught fire on Sunday morning January 2.Parliament spokesperson Moloto Mothapo confirmed the fire started on...

Lifting curfew ’a win for tourism industry’

Mayco member for economic growth James Vos has welcomed the lifting of curfews.The City and the hospitality industry have welcomed Cabinet’s decision to lift...

Free concerts at V&A Waterfront

Peter Ndlala’s Unit 5 will perform on Sunday January 16 at the V&A Waterfront Amphitheatre, at 1pm.The Afro-fusion band will perform all original material...

A simple pine coffin for Arch

The simple wooden coffin of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu at St George's Cathedral. Picture: Ian Landsberg/African News Agency (ANA).The body of anti-apartheid activist Archbishop...

Arch Tutu ‘bent the arc of history’ – Mayor

Leaders of different faiths and cultures led the interfaith service at the City Hall on Wednesday December 29.City of Cape Town mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis...

Hout Bay girl one step closer to Antarctica

Top 10 candidate Emily Dalley from Herschel Girls’ HighEmily Dalley of Hout Bay has made it to the top 10 of the Matrics in...

Tutu remembered at interfaith memorial at City Hall

City Hall was coloured in purple light, a colour often associated with Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu.The body of the late Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu...

Traffic officers net R8m in fines in seven days

Eight people, including two children, died in a head-on collision on the perilous trek on the N1 to the Eastern Cape, outside Beaufort West,...

Exhibition explores relationship between horses and humans

Artist Joni-Leigh Doran honours the horses she has known and loved. Pictured is a work called Confidant.Cognisance – An Exhibition of Equine Paintings by...

Increase in alcohol confiscations

The City’s enforcement staff have confiscated nearly 5500 bottles of alcohol since Thursday December 16.Following a dramatic dip in confiscations last summer when beaches...