Once upon a virtual stage

The 45-minute show includes a traditional score composed by Bongani Sotshononda and his United Nations of Africa band.

Grateful for gift of life after scary Covid-19 encounter

Soraya Salie, the founder of the Bonteheuwel Walking Ladies, spent three weeks in hospital and her husband, Farouk, was also hospitalised.

Paramedic recovers from battle with Covid

Celeste Wepener-Paulse has worked for the Western Cape Health Department’s Emergency Medical Services for 13 years.

Hospitality staff take to streets to protest

The police told the demonstrators to disperse, saying they didn’t have a right to protest then used water cannons and stun grenades on them.

Driver’s licence validity extended until end of January

The Road Traffic Management Corporation has extended the grace period for expired learners licences, driving licence cards, temporary driving licences and PDPs.

Burglars target preschool

The Belgravia Early Childhood Development Centre in Veld Road has been burgled about 50 times since it opened 27 years ago.

Call to declare gangsterism a state of disaster

The Bishop Lavis Community Police Forum and residents are compiling a safety plan to present to police as sporadic shootings continue to terrorise the community.

Not now (comrade)

David Kapp shares his poem with us.

Customer gets caught by fine print

Thieves broke into Brian Super's car and stole his Lenovo laptop 8 and bag to the value of R7 800 from the boot.

Mandela Day treat in Manenberg

Beitul Fuqaarah teamed up with Sheikh Abdullah Shafiek Arries, from the Fadak Foundation, a Silvertown-based non-profit organisation.