Joining hands to oppose abuse

Youth members of the Academy for Growing Exemplary Men and Madams (AGEM) - an initiative run by Ihata Shelter for Abused Women and Children,...

Scorpion alert for the summer holidays

Scorpions are more active in warm weather and the provincial Department of Health have warned the public to be more attentive of these creatures...

Mozart en pointe

Cape Town City Ballet opens 2018 with a bang with an adaptation of Alexander Puskin’s short story, Mozart and Salieri. Choreographer Marc Goldberg has...

Festival frolicking

Ashraf Jeppe, 28, from Delft, takes a photograph of Nabielah Petersen, 21, from Bonteheuwel, Shakiera Patton, 32, from New Woodlands and Aqeelah Petersen, 16,...

Don’t let the Grinch steal your Christmas

The silly season is almost here and if you’re renting out a property to holiday makers, keep your wits about you, or not only...

Family musical

From left, Ruth Knight, Christine Matthee, Jayson King and Sumaya Hendricks will be starring in Simply the Best, a family music show, on Wednesday...

From Koe’siestes to Kneidlach

■ Chantal Stanfield’s comedy From Koe’siestes to Kneidlach comes to the Baxter Golden Arrow Studio. This one-woman “kosher comedy”, which is also penned by...

Exploring the island

■ Fourteen pupils, accompanied by two of their teachers, visited Robben Island to experience part of South Africa’s history, outside of the classroom, on...

Awareness event

Rio Grande Primary School in Manenberg hosted an awards ceremony and event to raise awareness about HIV/ Aids on World Aids Day, Friday December 1....

Day Zero delayed

The summer rain seemed to push back Day Zero - the day Cape Town’s dams reach 13.8 % - from May 6 until May...