Puppet Guy stars at the Baxter

Comedic ventriloquist Conrad Koch heads to the Baxter Theatre with his latest comedy show, Puppet Guy, for two performances only on Friday September 23...

Project manager believes in spirit of Ubuntu

Women’s Month celebrates the battle for equality in the workplace and society as well as the sacrifices and hardships women had to endure on...

Pest problems

Salt River residents say their neighbourhood is being plagued by rats drawn to the area by litter and discarded food. The City says it hasn’t...

Parking problems at Rondebosch shopping centre

Questions over parking have been raised at a popular shopping centre in Rondebosch. Reader Dawn Cruickshank, who shops regularly at the Silwood Centre, sent...

Next round of politics

Councillor Mark R H Kleinschmidt, KenwynDuring the 2016 local government elections campaign, DA federal Leader Mmusi Maimane used a term which he advised that...

New radiotherapy treatment machine for Groote Schuur

To cope with the huge demand of cancer patients waiting for radiotherapy treatment at Groote Schuur Hospital, the hospital unveiled a new Linac machine...

Mowbray author delves into familiar world of policing

Two jobs, a huge legal practice, father of three and seven books, Andrew Brown is not scared to take on new challenges. Writing about the...

Junior is all grown up

With less than a week to go before the 2016/17 PSL season kicks off, Junior said he can’t wait to get his soccer boots...

Equal Education book highlights life under apartheid

To forget the past is not only to have amnesia about where we came from but about who we are... These are the thoughts of...

Croatia calling for drummies duo

KARL BERGEMANNCroatia is famous for its beaches and rocky shoreline, the red and white chequered patchworks their sportsmen and women wear and a little-known...