Angry residents march for equality

PHIRI CAWE Hundreds of disgruntled protesters, led by the Social Justice Coalition (SJC) marched to Harare police station, on Tuesday March 15, to demand...

Young business owner aims for the stars

SIYAVUYA KHAYA With many South African youth battling to find employment, a young man from Gugulethu, Siyabonga Mdlankomo, is a shining star and an...

The thorny question of interest on rental deposits

Thierry Gardeur was unhappy when estate agent Brooks and Michaels (B&M) gave him 1 percent interest on a deposit of R8 250 he paid...

Teachers want more than just tutors to improve results

THULANI MAGAZI Principals of some of the so-called underperforming schools have cautiously welcomed an intervention by the Western Cape Education Department (WCED) to help...

Survey reveals hideous results

THULANI MAGAZI Only three out of 10 pupils that start school complete their matric in Philippi, while a staggering 85% of pupils experienced violence...

Singers rally behind the children

PHIRI CAWE Musicians have partnered with child advocacy groups ahead of Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month in April, to raise awareness about protecting...

Minister praises women for role in the struggle

PHIRI CAWE Senior citizens, women in particular, must work as a united force just like the generations of 1918 and 1956 did. This was...

Gogo’s tree of pain chopped down

PHIRI CAWE A Khayelitsha granny who was living in the shadow of a giant tree that damaged her house feels relieved now that...

Conquering Suikerbossie

MZOXOLO BUDAZACyclists representing the Khayelitsha-based Academy impressed as all their riders finished the race, with their pro-team crossing the line among the top 20...

Career expos to shape pupils’ future

PHIRI CAWE City of Cape Town officials say they view children’s issues as human rights matters and are keen to tackle them head-on....