The Woodstock Residents’ Association received a lawyer’s letter after it questioned the City of Cape Town’s submissions ahead of an appeal process next week
The city council wants to overturn the heritage authority’s resolution to conserve green space
There’s enough space at the old hospital site for the social housing units meant for a park in densely populated Woodstock
A social impact assessment recommends a bowling green in the Cape Town suburb be made into a community park, not used for social housing — and residents agree
Political rhetoric can’t plaster over the city’s divides and rewrite its haunted past
The history of clubbing in Jo’burg is less about physical space and fading memories, but about the sheer, frightful necessity of dancing
The city argues that it is not carrying out evictions, but is acting against land invasions
The Woodstock Brewery, the Drifter Brewing Company and Stellenbosch Breweries are unable to make beer under lockdown regulations. So they’re making soup for food relief instead.
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Major events in America now are not complete without metal detectors — and the ever-growing paranoia that a gunman could be in the crowd.
People ostracised by society often have to make alliances with other outcasts in order to survive
M.I.A is known for her anti-capitalist stance. So the choice to perform at a symbol of gentrification in Woodstock raised speculation among her fans.
Residents facing eviction from their Woodstock homes “have no right or entitlement” to be accommodated at a location of their choice
Residents of Bromwell Street in Woodstock continue to be entangled in a legal tussle with the City of Cape Town over looming evictions to Wolwerivier
Dorothee Kreutzfeldt’s exhibition shows art and galleries can be part of the urban landscape
Jacques van Embden says the only way to make Cape Town more inclusive is by building a new development in Woodstock.
Murphy’s law struck when, in year three of the street food fest, Nobhongo Gxolo upped the ante and set up a stall.
Municipal property in the city should not be sold but used to build affordable housing
People in the community are still waiting for permanent housing as the settlement grows in size and helplessness.
We are reaching out to you so that we may find a resolution which will satisfy both your rights as property owners and our needs as families.
After The Woodstock Hub bought their homes, over 20 families living in Cape Town’s Bromwell Street face eviction.
Developers moving into the historic Cape Town suburb are trying to evict long-term residents.
Woodstock is the go-to place for creatives who don’t have money to set up shop in the City Bowl.
To those who were there on August 15-18, 1969, the rock festival in Bethel, upstate New York, seemed at first to promise a beautiful new era.
They say if you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere. But these days, it seems you haven’t really made it unless you have that most prized of status symbols — your very own page on Wikipedia. ”It’s something of an honour,” said journalist Howard Altman of being added to the world’s largest online encyclopedia.