Night with Zeeshan

A Romantic Evening by Zeeshan Shani will take place on Saturday August 25 at the Joseph Stone Auditorium, at 8pm. A classically trained singer...

Zip Zap Circus production celebrates Women’s Month

Zip Zap Circus is celebrating Women’s Month with a show called Journey Beyond from Friday August 17 to Sunday August 19 at the Artscape...

Train fires derailing economy

Janine Myburgh, president of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry The failing commuter rail system in Cape Town had become a major threat to...

Sarah Fox contract ends

Staff at the Sarah Fox Children’s Convalescent Hospital protested on Monday after their service contract with the provincial Department of Health was terminated.According to...

Refocusing life from the brink of death

What Soraya Salie thought would be a simple eye test turned into something completely different when, in 2005, doctors at Vincent Pallotti Hospital, told...

Read of the Week

The House SwapRebecca Fleet Penguin Random House Review: Karen Watkins The idea of swapping houses with a stranger is a novel one. In this psychologically suspenseful story...

Customers cry fowl over chicken products

Natalie Horn bought a tray of crumbed chicken schnitzels from Woolworths’ new flagship store at the recently completed Table Bay Mall in Sunningdale. The...

Bubbly teacher gets grand send off

The staff at Red River Primary School gave teacher Linda Hardenberg a grand send-off for her retirement, after she served the school for more...

Boys die in quad bike accident

Police are investigating a case of culpable homicide after two nine-year-old boys were killed in a quad bike accident over the weekend. Abdu Dayaan...

MJC said halaal labelling was ‘false advertising’

The Muslim Judicial Council Halaal Trust says that Food Lover’s Market should apologise to customers for falsely advertising that their Access Park store is...