Rough ride for first-time car owner

Social work student Nicole April's Renault Kwid was a demo model with 7 000 kilometres on the clock, kept breaking down at the most inopportune times.

Neighbourhood watch accuses cops of neglect

Brooklyn Ysterplaat Neighbourhood Watch members claim that last Friday morning both police stations left them in the lurch.

Misdirected anger

Shiela Brits responds to the article about unhappy Brooklyn residents.

Estate agent helps mother deliver baby

Real estate agent Kim Hansen said she was not even supposed to be on duty that day but she was covering for one of her colleagues.

Cops warn about spike in crime

Colonel Lindiwe Dyantyi says contact crimes have gone up from the beginning of April to the end of May, especially assaults and robberies.

Coffeeholics have a blast

Visitors had access to unlimited coffee tastings, interactive workshops, demonstrations from world-class baristas, delicious street food, coffee cocktails and so much more.

Big Bay’s lifesaver Bambi buried

Jason Bambi, who had been a member of the club for 10 years, hanged himself in his room at his Atlantis home, according to his mother.

The Best of Zabalaza at the Baxter

Mthombisi Mpandle has written and directs an ensemble cast of seven performers, comprising Wendy Mrali, Siyabonga Jim, Yolanda Ntayama, Molupi Lepeli, Zanokhanyo Saliman, Kagiso Ndima and Nomakrestu Xakathugaga.

Read of the Week

Pearl Piet reviews Turning Point by Danielle Steel.

Ballet season of modern classics and favourites

The line-up of modern classics and historical popular favourites includes Amaranth from Wednesday June 22 to Friday July 7 and Sleeping Beauty from Saturday August 17 to Saturday August 31.