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Exhibition explores Tutu’s activism

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond and Leah Tutu planting an olive tree at The Old Granary, home of the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation, where...

Book reviews

Dark TidesPhilippa GregorySimon and Schuster – Jonathan Ball (South Africa)Review: Lauren O’Connor-MayI haven’t read Philippa Gregory in a while, and this story reminded me...

Anthem nominated for award

Saalim Ismail wrote and composed We Are Survivors (Singabasindileyo)Artist Saalim Ismail's anthem called We Are Survivors (Singabasindileyo) has been nominated for the City Awards...

Request to reduce water consumption

Ashraf Abrahamse, senior process controller, at the Faure Water Treatment Works plant explains the city's rigorous water treatment process. The Water and Sanitation Department...

Covid complicates ritual washing of Muslim dead

Yagyah Canfield, from Bonteheuwel is a toekamundie, a person who performs the ritual washing of the dead for Muslim funerals.For more than 20 years,...

Oh, the joys of running a state monopoly!

Janine Myburgh, president of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry.The comfortable mind-set of those running our state-owned-enterprises was made clear in the magisterial...

Electricity hike: pensioners will have to dig deeper

Jasmine Uys, AlicedaleIt's unbelievable to think that up to the end of 1990 Eskom was so successful that it supplied most of Africa with...

Stench and water woes plague council block

Residents of Coral Court in Rylands are fed up with low water pressure in their taps, poor drainage and a horrible stench.Residents of a...

Superman and pals have a message for preschoolers

Jesse Frankson, Candice Consani, Lisa Williams and Thembalethu Zwele, from the Bridgetown Theatre Company, will perform a free play, Our Voices Count, at...

Book character looks for acceptance in the stars

Faizel and the Stars is available in English, Afrikaans, Xhosa and Zulu.Faizel likes to bake, help his mother with the laundry, fit on...