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Bridgerton author’s graphic novel reviewed

Miss Butterworth and the Mad Baron (A graphic novel)Julia QuinnLittle BrownReview: Lauren O’Connor-MayI discovered that graphic novels are a sneaky way to introduce my...

Pupils get to grips with AI technology

Grade 9 pupils Shahaan Ho-Kim and Amaal Cassiem work together on a computer exercise.Cannons Creek Independent School pupils had a chance to get creative...

Kenilworth performer explores her Mauritian heritage

Sophie Joans stars in her solo play Île.Sophie Joans, of Kenilworth, will take to the stage at the District Six Homecoming Centre at the...

Woodbury Park gets outdoor gym

At the launch of the new outdoor gym from left, are Ward 60 councillor Mark Kleinschmidt and Kenwyn resident June Roman.Kenwyn residents now have...

Desiree Ellis gets hero’s welcome at her old school

Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis receives flowers from Dryden Street pupils Jefferson Kachidza, left, and La Rose Mokelo.Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis, 59, received...

Businesses in limbo at market

Businesses at the Salt River Market are waiting for the City of Cape Town to address them.While the City of Cape Town’s move to...

Red-carpet treatment for queens of Africa

National women’s coach Desiree Ellis and members of Banyana Banyana’s Women’s African Cup of Nations championship winning side at Safa Cape Town’s homecoming celebration...

Call to sign railway fence petition

Ward 59 councillor Mikhail Manuel is calling for the fence along Rosebank station to the replaced.Ward 59 councillor Mikhail Manuel hopes his online petition...

Madiba’s legacy of caring for children celebrated in new book

The Centre for Early Childhood Development team at the launch of their new book.The Centre for Early Childhood Development(CECD) has released their new book,...

Spring Symphonies at City Hall

Violinist Avigail Bushakevitz will perform on Thursday September 29.Tickets are on sale now for the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra’s Spring Symphonies, a season of...