Subway gets a colourful facelift

Precious Malete, who was in charge of the painting, thanked the schoolchildren and seniors who helped out.

Have a shweet shweshwe spring

My Attire World columnist Mika Williams looks at the much-loved shweshwe material.

Non-profits launch domestic abuse helpline

Faizel Porter says the 24-hour toll-free helpline is aimed at survivors of gender-based violence.

Unscrambling myths behind free range eggs

Toni Brockhoven, national chairperson of Beauty Without Cruelty SA, says 23 million laying hens are confined in battery cages around South Africa. They each lay 300-plus eggs a year, equal to seven billion eggs.

New rehab opens in Manenberg

The secular programme is free for those who can’t afford rehab. It costs R1 500 for those who can pay.

Ghostbusters seek out the ghouls

Cape Town Paranormal Investigations, a non-profit organisation based in Durbanville is made up of a team of 16 investigators from across the city.

Damage caused by fire sprinklers ‘a nightmare’

The Joseph Stone has building insurance, but Shafiek Rajap is worried it could take a while before repairs are done.

Shocking rate of plant extinctions

New research has confirmed the extinction of 79 plants in South Africa’s three biodiversity hot spots - namely the Cape Floristic Region, the Succulent Karoo, and the Maputuland-Pondoland-Albany corridor.

Man arrested for illegal gun

Police caught the man and recovered a loaded .38 Taurus revolver with the serial number filed off.

Marching band attracts youth in Manenberg

Ameen Samodien said as much as they have fun at Sampros, discipline is what is being demanded from all of its 50 members.