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Housing solution on the cards

A recent fire at a Woodstock informal settlement has got locals talking about potential developments that could house the people living there and offer...

Steelband and marimba festivals

The Cape Town Steelband Festival will take place today, Thursday April 19, at the Baxter concert hall, from 7.30pm.The festival is a joint venture...

Read of the Week

A hat, a kayak and dreams of DarTerry Bell Cover2Cover Review: Karen Watkins There are many adventurers nowadays, crossing the oceans solo or swimming in icy waters....

Off to explore ice shelf in Antarctica

The university’s head of oceanography, Professor Isabelle Ansorge, will be exploring the Larsen C ice shelf, which broke off from Antarctica late last year. Other...

‘Words of hatred can lead to action’

Cape Town’s Jewish community commemorated the horrors of the Holocaust last week.About 1000 people took part in a ceremony at the Jewish cemetery in...

Relatives sought

Groote Schuur Hospital needs help identifying this patient, who was brought in by ambulance from Woodstock on Sunday April 8.The patient, who identified herself...

Church hosts blood drive

Members of the World Mission Society Church of God ran a blood drive at the Mowbray Town Hall on Monday afternoon. Western Province Blood...

Cora marks 100th birthday

Born in 1918, in Kimberly, the daughter of a diamond buyer, Wietsche and Joh Snyman, she is the remaining survivor of four siblings and...

Nature and culture meet in Chelsea exhibit

Leon Kluge is the new designer of the Kirstenbosch-South Africa Chelsea Flower Show exhibit which was launched in the conservatory at Kirstenbosch yesterday, Wednesday...

Buy a Jedi Tedi to support Red Cross

A 10-year-old boy is raising funds to help children suffering from a rare illnesses. Young Jed Kegan, OF Sea Point, was diagnosed with Complex...