Couple put palm oil in the spotlight

The Green Point couple is boycotting products that contain palm oil.

New children’s choir rehearses digitally

The choir, which is affiliated with the Beau Soleil Music Centre non-profit in Kenilworth, held its first rehearsals in February, with 28 girls and boys between the ages of 9 and 15.

Entrepreneurs share their coping strategies

The Covid-19 lockdown has highlighted that change can happen at the most unexpected times.

Struggle activist, 81,wins battle of the bill

Ian Neilson, mayoral committee member for finance, said the stop orders were returned due to the change in the City’s bank.

Property rights at risk

Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Geoff Jacobs weighs in on the debate about the introduction of 5G cellphone towers.

Cost of unrest

JP Smith calls on residents to report those who destroy municipal property during protest action.

Entries open for creative writing competition

Entrants are encouraged to let their imaginations run wild to create a scenario where Detective Inkomba solves a mystery of sorts.

Read of the Week

Melinda Gates shares the stories of some of the inspiring women she’s met around the world.

New streaming site for Labia fans

Cinema patrons can now stream movies online at a cost of R60 to view, with the title being available for up to six hours.

Great Pretenders perform in online show

The show will feature music by The Platters, Engelbert Humperdinck, Frankie Valli, Natalie Cole, Gladys Knight and the Pips as well as present day hits.