July 3, 2020

Edition 8 is on the streets! Look out for your copy.


The city centre is set for another wave of residential developments, offering those who can afford it access to the convenience of urban living.
The annual crime statistics for Cape Town central police station paint a mixed picture, but generally the trend is positive. However, many crimes may be going unreported, says Nicola Jowell, chairperson of the Community Policing Forum (CPF).
To mark World Environmental Health Day, the City of Cape Town is focusing on the harmful effects of smoking and the regulation of this unhealthy practice.
Cape Town’s Isabelo Smart Bench, which was providing free public WiFi in Adderley Street at the entrance to the Company’s Garden, has been moved.
A mobile app that aims to get people to do everyday things in a simple, yet more environment-friendly way, is set to launch in November.
Gallows Hill Driving Licence Testing Centre in Somerset Road will remain open until 17:00 on 17 September, to test the feasibility of extended operating hours on Saturdays.
A team of researchers, conservators and curators have been hard at work since 2010 cataloguing and storing one of Africa’s most significant historical collections - a vast array of southern African artefacts and specimens assembled over decades.
Princess Krotoa was a woman of many firsts – the first Khoi to be baptised, the first recorded mixed-race marriage at the Cape and an architect of the Afrikaans language. On 19 August her spirit was symbolically moved from its burial place at the Groote Kerk in Church Square to…
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