Album launch

Jacques Coetzee has tutored students in English literature at the universities of Cape Town and Stellenbosch and has also been a musical busker ...

Book review: The New Kingdom

The New KingdomWilbur Smith with Mark ChadbournZaffre, Bonnier Books UKReview: Karen WatkinsA sorceress, outlaws, pharaohs, slaves, bandits, charioteers and two brothers are all players...

False Bay win entertaining SLA encounter

False Bay RFC’s Busanda Mabena goes into attack mode in the game against UWC.In an enthralling encounter at City Park on Freedom Day, Motorvaps...

Comedy fundraiser

Host for the evening is producer, Nicola Date. PICTURE: Sean ShannonA comedy fundraiser for Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust will be taking place on...

Remembering the horrors of the Holocaust

Guests place white pebbles at memorial statues at the Pinelands Jewish Cemetery last week during a ceremony to commemorate the millions of Jews killed...

In character

Cannons Creek Pre-Primary pupils dressed up as their favourite nursery rhyme and recited the chosen poem. Back, from left, are pupils Tahlia Morgado,...

Teen starts charity to feed the needy

Sans Souci Girls’ High School pupil Anastasia Bartes has started her own charity to help the needy..A Sans Souci Girls’ High School pupil’s passion...

Dryden Street Primary celebrates first harvest

Dryden Street Primary School principal Stanton Smith.Dryden Street Primary School showed off the fruits of its labour when it held a market day to...

Having a wine time at the racecourse

The Pick n Pay Wine Festival took place at Kenilworth Racecourse on Saturday. From left, are Eugene Conradie from Wellington, Yolandie Viljoen from Plattekloof...

Activists call for an end to fossil fuels

Pinelands resident Annie Smith with her climate change warning signs.Environmental activists held a demonstration in Pinelands to warn of the impact of fossil fuels...