Read of the Week

Being LilyQarnita Loxton Kwela Review: Lauren O’Connor-May Being Lily is the follow-up to lawyer-author Qarnita Loxton’s debut novel, Being Kari. I have not read Being Kari, but...

Ode to Biko

Colin Jooste Observatory Steve Biko The deal life gave Steve was raw; his dad died when he was only four! After matriculating he entered medical school, with all the...

No place for drugs at schools

Ellapen Rapiti, Kenwyn It was shocking to hear about the murder of a teacher by a pupil on drugs in the North West Province. The...

Groote Schuur Hospital goes green

Groote Schuur Hospital recently held an environmental fair to help the hospital reduce its carbon footprint. Staff, students and members of the public took...

Fund-raiser for cleft palate surgeries

Operation Smile’s annual Score a Smile soccer tournament will kick off on Saturday September 29 and the event founder hopes to exceed the success...

Five caught with stolen goods

Woodstock police arrested five men on Sunday for being in possession of stolen property linked to a burglary in Willow Street, Observatory, earlier in...

Elderly in desperate need of help

Heather Allen, Order of St Lazarus The Western Cape commandery of the Order of St Lazarus is asking you to help us help the ill,...

Doctors discuss sleep disorders at symposium

Sleep problems can lead to hypertension, diabetes, weight gain, depression and lack of energy if they are not managed properly, says Dr Karine Scheuermaier.At...

Dance festival at Baxter

The Baxter Dance Festival is back this October with 32 works by 54 choreographers over 10 days.Junaid Jemal Sendi and Addisu Demissie Kifle, from...

Customer throws shade on car canopy

Denise Schouw is probably suffering from buyer’s remorse after she installed a Shadeport that looks “like an industrial structure which offers no protection to...