Boutique restaurants are on the increase in Cape Town – selling product lines as well as meals.
The Triangle Project is experiencing a financial crisis. All the work is under serious threat.
Readers write in about Cape Town development plans and the ANC; Patricia de Lille responds.
The genesis of the mayor's plan to build on coastal public space may lie with two businessmen.
From retro fashion to collectables, Debbie Loots lists some of Cape Town’s most charming vintage shops.
Julius Malema has offered the services of the EFF to remove the statue of Cecil John Rhodes along with any other symbol of colonialism and apartheid.
Firefighters have been battling for four days to contain a devastating blaze which has so far cost the city around R3-million.
Fires have been wreaking havoc in the Cape Peninsula, where weather extremities have hampered disaster management efforts.
Those displaced still hope to see justice 50 years after their eviction from District Six.
Members and supporters of the Right2Know campaign rallied in the Cape Town and vowed to take back Parliament for the South African public.
Although leaders of the reconciliation era accept South Africa's last white president, younger politicians are not as forgiving.
Comments on the area association's Facebook page show there's racism in Cape Town's quaint Harfield Village - and it exists throughout the country.
Backstreet abortion ‘doctors’ profit from stigma as patients are stripped of their dignity – and lives.
The premier of the Western Cape is cleaning up the streets and taking only black prisoners. Her motive? She wants more tokens. Insert coin.
Officers from the task team will be expected to share the new skills with their colleagues and help train them once they are back from the course.
The ANC has vowed to paint the Mother City black, green and gold when it celebrates its 103rd birthday on Saturday at the Cape Town Stadium.
Graffiti artist, Nardstar, is making her mark on the street art scene, as well as in a medium that's often regarded as macho.
For many hoping to see their work placed in the public sphere, the easy route seems to be an approach of "play-play".