Sweet victory for Joe Slovo choir

Teacher, Vuyokazi Stofile, said the unwavering commitment and passion displayed by the pupils had resulted in their success.

Help poet realise his dream

Simamkele Prince Benya, who writes mostly in Xhosa, formed a group named Title African Peace with other poets Luhla Jaca, Langalethu and Siphosethu Rweca and released their first song Sinike Udumo Kubawo

Pharrel adds colour to kasi life

Pharrel Matroos is intent on making ‘bold and colourful’ statements through creative photo shoots and exhibitions in the township.

Legendary maths teacher mourned

Family and friends will gather at Luhlaza Hall in Khayelitsha to celebrate the life of the late Mbulelo Notasi Komani.

Woman dies in shack fire

The cause of the deadly fire in Qandu Qandu is still unknown.

Increase in residential fires

The statistics for June show a decrease in the number of informal settlement fires, but a 15% increase in formal residential fires.

Call for justice

Resident Kenny July says they want to see justice prevail and the killers face the wrath of the law.

Just men

This season will offer a series of workshops for men, led by community leaders from gender-based organisations, on Saturdays July 20 and 27 and August 3.

Team SA crowned world 8-ball champs

The national women’s team had three players from the Western Cape in Debbie Europa and Joy Willenberg from Cape Town and team manager Anya Roux from Worcester.

Fund-raising gala concert

The audience will be treated to arias, duets and excerpts from operas by Mozart, Rossini, Bellini, Verdi, Puccini, Bizet and more.