Street life the focus at Cape Carnival

The seventh annual Cape Town Carnival takes place on the Green Point Fan Walk on Saturday March 12, from 3pm until late. With...

Sisonke Xonti returns to his roots

Sisonke Xonti makes his return to Gugulethu in a performance of African jazz and his own compositions at Jazz in the Native Yards...

School run – avoid the morning rush

Parents with young pupils know the morning rush of getting their children up, fed and off to school before the bell goes. As the...

Pre-Pride picnic education drive

PHIRI CAWE This year’s Cape Town Pride celebrations were taken to the townships with a special picnic for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and...

Police clampdown yield results

Staff ReporterMore than 500 people were arrested between Sunday February 14 and Sunday 21, for various crimes in the Nyanga cluster policing precinct, which...

Only God’s grace protecting Grace

PHIRI CAWEWhile trees are valued for their shade and the role they place in preventing soil erosion, a certain bluegum tree - believed to...

Network boosts women

PHIRI CAWE The South African Women Entrepreneurs’ Network (SAWEN) has embarked on intensive outreach programmes aimed at women who own and operate small...

Mustadafin Foundation celebrates 30 years

NABEELAH MOHEDEENEstablished in 1986 in response to political unrest and violence that erupted due to faction fighting in Crossroads, which had devastating effects on...

More delays on the N2 expected

Own correspondentMotorists can expect more delays on the N2 as a seven-kilometre stretch of the highway between Borcherds Quarry Road and the R300 undergoes...

Mastering the art of animation

JOHN HARVEYIt is not unusual for people seeing Table Mountain for the first time to remark on its beauty, but when these comments are...