Young scientists

* Amber da Decker, of Herschel Girls’ Senior School, and Angus Thring, of Bishops, flew to Johannesburg where they met six other young...

You don’t have to be trendy to be stylish

It’s funny how certain styles are trending every year and by the end of the season everyone’s fed up with them, but the following...

Wordsmiths show their skills on the Scrabble board

KARL BERGEMANNA line of jumbled letters stands before them as their brains furiously try to decipher, reshuffle and figure out the best combinations possible...

Voortrekker principal calls it a day

JOHN HARVEY After 42 years at Voortrekker High School in Kenilworth, Madeleine Flack is going to “take a gap year and chill”, in the...

Star hockey player helps WP clinch gold

SHIFAAN RYKLIEF Western Province Cricket Club’s (WPCC) Kirsten Wagner, 24, returned to Cape Town after winning gold at the annual Inter-Provincial Tournament (IPT) in...

Remembering those who died in the Holocaust

JOHN HARVEYIn 1939, the Russian infantrymen stationed in Poland had a name for Shmuel Kegen. “Mulik the Zulik”, or the “naughty little...

Remembering Ray

JOHN HARVEY Former Rondebosch Boys’ Preparatory School headmaster Ray Holmes, considered one of the greats of the southern suburbs teaching community, died on...

Read of the Week

Career of EvilRobert Galbraith Sphere Review: Brian Joss If you don’t know by now that Robert Galbraith is JK Rowling, the creator of Harry Potter, then you...

Irish essay competition to be launched

JOHN HARVEYThe Cape Town chapter of the Irish South African Association is set to launch an essay competition in which high school pupils will...

HospiVision expands its spiritual support

JOHN HARVEY After 19 years of providing spiritual care and counselling to patients, families and personnel in Gauteng government hospitals, the enterprising NPO HospiVision...