Celebrating a free, democratic, united South Africa

HISHAAM MOHAMED Yesterday, Wednesday April 27, was our Freedom Day. On this day we celebrate a day that marks the birth of our democracy....

A sterilised pet is a happy pet

If it takes a village to raise a child, it may also take one to care for the fur-children: three communities came together to...

‘A tale of two Liesbeeks’

JOHN HARVEYOne senses the gods were in fine fettle when they decided to carve out the river that millennia later would be christened “Liesbeek”...

Star waterpolo player helps Team SA to victory

KEAGAN MITCHELLA former Pinelands North Primary School pupil, Sydney made the side following trials in Johannesburg, in December. She was also a...

Rob van Vuuren on Life

Life, directed by Tara Notcutt, is the new stand-up comedy show from multi-award winning comedian Rob van Vuuren that will run at the Baxter...

Residents live in fear of ‘lone prowler’

JOHN HARVEYFormalised patrols by the Little Mowbray Neighbourhood Watch will soon be a regular sight on the suburb’s streets. The popularity of a WhatsApp group...

Piano fest at Rustenburg Girls’

STAFF REPORTER Rustenburg Girls’ High School will host its seventh annual piano festival on Monday April 25, at 7.30pm. Pupils from Bishops, Herschel, Rondebosch, Rustenburg...

Observatory library celebrates 110 years

TAURIQ HASSEN Book worms have been passing through the doors of the Observatory library for the past 110 years. Apart from this extraordinarily long...

No room for play

TAURIQ HASSENThe lack of adequate recreational space for pupils attending Holy Cross Primary School in Zonnebloem is having a serious impact on their development...

In honour of a sporting legend

“Miles October from PlaySport4Life started a hall of fame for the legends and it’s great that there’s now some recognition. I feel that it...