Thief poses as Tatler distributor

Gaironeesa Adonis believes the imposter who took her phone may have been captured on a CCTV footage at a nearby bottle store.

Long service awards

Groote Schuur Hospital held their awards on Thursday October 24 while the children’s hospital held their ceremony on Tuesday October 15.

Remembering the veterans

Remembrance Day was first observed in 1919 throughout the British Commonwealth.

Silver award for Claremont writer

There were also categories for Afrikaans and African languages, and Toby Bennett was one of six nominees in the English category.

Blacksmith forges intricate artworks from steel

Alon Fainstein held his first solo exhibition, Connect, at his studio in Maitland late last month.

Cancer survivors share stories

Joan Morkel was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2016 after she felt a sudden pain in her breast while watching television.

Call for aid as safety system shuts down

The UIF has already started processing claims for the new parental benefits to contributing and qualifying UIF beneficiaries.

Keep children safe on the roads

Road deaths and injuries are sudden, violent, traumatic events. Their impact is long-lasting, often permanent.

A glimpse into the future?

What do you know about the Fourth Industrial Revolution? Kenwyn resident Ellapen Rapiti breaks it down.

Postal woes

Kenilworth resident Barbara Moore writes about the challenges she encounters when using the post office.