Read of the Week

Karen Watkins reviews Yellowbone by Ekow Duker.

Paw patrol demonstrates skills

The Rio Grande Primary School pupils watched how the dogs help Metro police officers sniff out drugs and bring crooks to heel, during a show at the school.

No concrete plan for old power station

The Athlone Power Station, built in the 1960s, was the last coal-fired power station to operate in Cape Town.

Macbeth in the bay

Theatre on the Bay is staging Macbeth until Saturday June 1.

High flyers…

Wanga Motshani and Bakhe Dwangu show their skills.

Hearsense turns deaf ear to client’s plea

Kelly Nathan, chair of the ethics and standards committee of the South African Association of Audiologists, said they could not intervene as Klaus Feyer was not a member,

Free jazz workshop

The course is free, with a registration fee of R100. This year an optional hip hop component will also be added.

Family grateful for support after son’s death

Austin McKay, a Grade 10 pupil at Crystal High School in Hanover Park, was stabbed in the chest and died on his way to the hospital.

Exploring SAPS history at museum

Warrant Officer Lungiswa Nxele says she has to make sure she has her facts straight when telling the stories harboured by the museum.

Cyclists stop abusing motorists

Fish Hoek resident Eben van der Westhuizen urges motorists to respect cyclists.