UWC’s Leandi is a real live wire

Leandi Smith made her international debut earlier this year when South Africa took on Zimbabwe in a two-match test series.

Read of the Week

Zephany Two mothers. One daughter tells the personal story of Zephany Nurse or Miché Solomon, the name which she was given after being stolen from her drowsy mother’s hospital bedside in 1997.

Bikers bring true joy

he bikers surprised the elderly by bringing all sorts of goodies.

Youth performing on a professional stage

The young singers and solo instrumentalists will get the opportunity to perform with the orchestra on a professional stage, under the conductorship of Brandon Phillips.

Thandi Swaartbooi

August is dedicated to the 20 000 women who 63 years ago staged a historic march to the Union Buildings in Pretoria to protest against Apartheid’s pass laws. This week Vukani looks at a number of women who are making strides in their lives and changing the world in their respective spaces.

Pastor shows women have what it takes to lead

Pastor Ntombekhaya Nyama-Plati, who leads the Genesis Faith Mission, believes women can and should challenge the existing patriarchal systems.

OPINION: Proud of Miss SA’s crowning glory

Columnist Phiri Cawe weighs in on the hair debate that followed the crowning of Miss SA Zozibini Tunzi.

New library to boost literacy at school

Library teacher Pamela Skenjana said the school had embarked on the library project quite some time ago, and now it had finally been realised.

Pupils put their book review skills to the test

Grade 8 and 10 pupils of Masiyile and Matthew Goniwe high schools read and reviewed the book, Umthandazo wama-Afrika by Ongeziwe Bolisi, with the author present.

Kids encouraged to stay ‘Fit at school – Fit for life’

A real highlight the Khayelitsha’s 10km run and 5km fun run/walk will be having nearly 400 children from local schools participating.