Fibre optic damage

Somerset West resident Giles Scott says ongoing damage to carefully paved or cultivated verges and sidewalks due to fibre optic connections is extensive.

Diamond wedding

Jill and Bat Tromp celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary on Thursday April 11.

Crossing the finish line

CCN editor Chantel Erfort ran her first Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon on Saturday April 20.

City calls on residents to report potholes ahead of rainy season

Residents can report potholes to the transport information centre on 080 065 6463. This is a 24/7 information centre and is toll-free from a landline or a cell phone.

Charity cycle challenge

Music sets the tone and fuels the pace, backed up by food stalls, drinks and spot prizes throughout the day to boost the cyclists’ staying power.

Cab franc challenge results

The Cabernet Franc Challenge awards ceremony took place on Tuesday April 16 at Holden Manz estate in Franschhoek.

Black Hawk ushers in new era

Mark Jackson flew to Zimbabwe with his sons, Peter and Steven, in his Black Hawk and his Huey, and set to work, bringing much-needed food, water, medical and other supplies to stranded communities.

CT readies for a busy Easter weekend

Law enforcement departments say it's all systems go ahead of the Easter long weekend.

Shakespeare festival

The festival will open with the play by Matthew Hahn titled The Robben Island Shakespeare, performed by former Vista Nova High School pupils, and actors from the Educasions group.

Old Nectar celebrates gardening week

The Royal Horticultural Society launched National Gardening Week to raise awareness of gardening and horticulture.