Man found in possession of illegal firearms

A 50-year-old homeowner will appear in court after he was found in possession of illegal firearms in Table View.

Table View taxi debacle continues

The recapitalisation had been done to ensure the profitability of the MyCTi bus service, but Schulla Pronk said MyCiTi was running at a massive loss.

Writing competition

Anyone can submit a story that speaks to Cape Town in some way. The story must be 1 500 words or less, focus on an aspect of Cape Town and be written in English, IsiXhosa, Afrikaans or Kaaps.

Spinning yarns about St Oswald’s

Spinning Yarns: An anecdotal history of the little church and its community will be launched on Saturday June 1.

Roselle’s art – a magnet of success

Roselle Thuynsma makes fridge magnets from recycled bottle tops. Inside each magnet is a unique hand-painted image of things unique to South Africa.

Labia celebrates 70 years of cinematic glory

The Labia was opened by Princess Labia in May 1949 as a theatre for the staging of live performances.

Ire over pipe levy

Sunningdale resident Thomas Bashall has some concerns over the amount of money used for pipe levy.

Hearsense turns deaf ear to client’s plea

Klaus Feyer, who denies that he is the owner/ director of the company, told the Fish Hoek resident that the devices were old and he should try the behind-the-ear technology which “was new on the market”.

Good Samaritan

The Melkbosstrand Ratepayers’ Association presented a certificate of appreciation to Ryno Prins, who found a wallet and handed it in at the post office.

Cops bust drug dealer

SAPS and Metro police officers found cocaine with a street value of R185 040, crystal meth valued at R168 000, drug paraphernalia valued at R4 000, an airgun and a lot of cash when they searched the flat in Parklands.