Life of Imam Haron honoured

Imam Haron was a political prisoner who died while in prison, after being interrogated and tortured by the apartheid security branch in 1969.

Designer hopes to inspire industry

The clothing line started off with prints onto T-shirts, hoodies and vests and when Abdu-Daiyaan Ford noticed how fast it was selling he decided to take things a bit further.

Men caught with City property

Three suspected thieves have been arrested after they were found in possession of goods belonging to the City of Cape Town.

Motorist shot and wounded

A man is recovering in hospital after being shot in Bonteheuwel by unknown assailants.

City pools open for school holidays

Water tankers will transport water obtained from identified non-potable water sources to the open pools.

Crime Stats: Plato calls on SAPS to shape up

All provinces have recorded increases in contact crimes in the last financial year, according to crime statistics.

Time to start moving for your health

The 2018 Healthy Active Kids Report Card revealed that South African children scored an F for sedentary behaviour and screen time, meaning that very few of the South African children and youth are meeting recommended guidelines and may be at risk for the harmful effects of excessive sedentary behaviour and screen time.

Tragedies re-imagined

The project is headed by Fleishman and Mandla Mbothwe and was made possible through funding by the Andrew W Mellon Foundation.

A Night At The Musicals

The show, which comes to Cape Town direct from London, pays homage to the modern musical.

Read of the Week

Simonéh de Bruin-Fortuin describes Give Me Your Hand as a blistering psychological thriller not only about ambition, obsession and conscience but also about the often complex relationships women have with each other.