City shines spotlight on dangers of FAS

According to the World Health Organisation, it is estimated that at least one million people in South Africa have Foetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) and...

‘The solution to gangsterism is found at home’

“Enough is enough! Our kids are dying in our streets. For how long must we allow this mess to continue in our communities?” said...

‘Stats not a real reflection’

Some community police forum (CPF) leaders are sceptical about the latest crime statistics, although the figures show that most crimes across the five police...

Young karateka brings back gold

The road to Berlin was not an easy one for the junior black belt who trains at Samurai Karate, in Claremont, under the mentorship...

Win tickets to Robben Island tour

Robben Island Museum (RIM), in partnership with the national Department of Tourism, will be hosting an open day on Heritage Day, Saturday September 24....

Win tickets to Homemakers Expo

Homemakers Expo, a home improvement, décor, design and lifestyle exhibition, will be at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from Thursday September 15 until...

Study finds some families have no food for 10 days

Some impoverished residents in Bonteheuwel and Langa are going without food for more than 10 days every month. This is one of the astonishing findings...

Remembering music muse in all his glory

Shiny shoes, an impeccable dress sense, good humour and humility, these are just a few of the things stage legend Salie Daniels is remembered...

Read of the Week

Coffin RoadPeter May Quercus Review: Brian Joss The national newspapers recently featured a story about a Tulbagh farmer whose bees were killed and his hives destroyed when...

National Book Week fosters culture of reading

According to Ruwayda Ahmed, children’s librarian at Lansdowne library, only 14 percent of South Africans read books and only five percent of parents read...