Staying in tune with the Jazz Fest

* Jazz Fest and Wear SA The third annual “Fashioning the Future” workshop will once again open its doors to all those...

Sports Science Institute appoints new MD

STAFF REPORTERWhen you’re finished changing, you’re finished. The relevance of these words, spoken by Benjamin Franklin, echo today more than ever, as one of...

Shot-stopper aims to shine at Prem Cup

SHIFAAN RYKLIEF Atlantic Nacional’s Shaheen Abrahams, 17, will use his experience gained at trials with Mamelodi Sundowns and Wits University, to help his side...

Ring in the changes

Gahsiena van der Schaff, Advocacy, Campaign and Networking Co-ordinator at Aids Legal Network (ALN)It’s a bit of a case of “good” news and very...

Riding for Rhinos

* Three Grade 12 Bishops boys, Matt Perrott, from Rondebosch, Cal Tait, from the Waterfront, and Chris Hyslop, from Constantia, cycled out of...

Now you see them … now you don’t

STAFF REPORTERThe bright lights of Las Vegas in America beckon for two magicians - Anelisa Ntlonti, 19, from Mitchell’s Plain, and Qaqambile Mnqika, 15,...

Name the rapists

Franki Black, ClaremontIt’s time that rapists (not victims) get shamed on a broad societal level. Rapists should be wholly ostracised by society and labelled...

MyCiTi route – mixed reactions

JOHN HARVEYTaxi operators in Claremont have made an astonishing claim that traffic officers are purposefully disrupting their routes so customers will turn to public...

Laws protect tenants from discrimination

A landlord’s main aim is to secure a quality tenant who will take care of your property and pays the rent. Realistically, these quality...

Keep the leash on

Dawn Ogilvie, ClaremontMy letter is to bring attention to the numerous dog owners who neglect to place their dogs on leashes in Keurboom Park. For...