UCT’s star athlete shines at Tokyo Paralympics

Mpumelelo MhlongoWorld champion and University of Cape Town (UCT) star athlete Mpumelelo Mhlongo put on an exhilarating performance at the 2021 Paralympics in Tokyo,...

Batavia mourns after pupil hit by two cars dies

The corner of Imam Haron and Hamilton roads where Batavia School of Skills pupil Phawolothando Tofane, 15, died after being hit by two cars.Batavia...

Pledging opens for Santa Shoebox

A little girl wears some of the contents of her Santa Shoebox.The Santa Shoebox Project has reached its millionth child milestone. Pledging opened on...

SA faces law of unintended consequences

Jacques Moolman, president of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and IndustryEverything in life has consequences and South Africa is a prime example of how...

Virtual exhibition of Samuele Makoanyane sculptures

Ceramic sculpture by Samuele Makoanyane of Moshesh or Moshoeshoe (c.1776-1870), first king of Lesotho from 1822 to 1870. Collection of the Iziko Museums of...

Book review: People Like Her

People Like HerEllery LloydPan MacmillanReview: Chantel ErfortEmmy Jackson is Mamabare. Instagram influencer extraordinaire.Once a magazine industry “it-girl” (is that term still cool to use?),...

Maths master

UCT student Tim Schlesinger took joint first place in the South African Tertiary Mathematics Olympiad (SATMO), on Saturday August 21. Tim, 20, from Rondebosch,...

Rondebosch man pens self-help book

Stuart Symington.Rondebosch businessman Stuart Symington, 60, has written a self-help book.The Ladder of Life: Balancing the climb is Mr Symington’s first book and...

Graduates triumph over disability and Covid

Nine of the ten aromatherapy graduates with Light and Healing Centre’s executive director Avril Hoepner. Missing is Danelle Kamfer.The ten blind people, who graduated...

Thank you

Robyn Kessler, RondeboschThis is just a quick thank you to the taxi driver who stopped on Sunday evening, around 6.30pm, to tell me that...