Read of the Week

Under the SunLottie Moggach Picador Review: Roshiela Moonsamy After reading this novel I felt like I had a glimpse into an episode of somebody’s life in which...

WHEAT works to upskill women

The Women’s Hope Education and Training (WHEAT) Trust, is a non-profit that was started 20 years ago to support women-led organisations, among other...

Tough time tracking watch refund

Rondebosch resident and businessman Arthur Wienburg bought four GPS watches for R1 200 from online store, Snatcher, based in Honeydew, Gauteng. Sadly, they didn’t...

Therapeutic dancing helps with Parkinson’s

Dance classes are not usually associated with debilitating diseases, however, Dance for Parkinson’s Disease (PD) SA has changed that perception with its therapeutic...

Tea with the ambassador

■ Islamia College principal Shaheem Galant sees off the school’s debating team, Nuh Mohanath, Maghmud Shindi, coach and Arabic teacher Ismail Dollie, Abdul...

Science challenge grows young minds

Nineteen schools competed in a maths and science challenge at Cape Town High School on Saturday May 5. The competition, run by NPO Leisure...

Railway clean-up

About 20 volunteers filled 250 garbage bags during a weekend clean-up of the railway line from Kenilworth to Harfield stations. The volunteers - including...

Play is relevant and real

The 2018 Best of Zabalaza Theatre Festival winner, Carlo Daniels’ arresting two-hander Onweer, will take to the stage at the Baxter Golden Arrow Studio,...

Opposing the budget

Sandra Dickson, Brackenfell (dearcapetown) Thank you for doing a sterling job about the budget (“Residents stand up to high bills”, Off My Trolley, May 3)....

New home, new start

A buzz of excitement and elation filled the air when the Neighbourhood Old Age Home (NOAH) launched their new community home in Caleb Street,...