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Breaking the bad food boeka tradition

What comes to mind when someone mentions the term boeka (iftar), is a traditional table laid with soup, samoosas, dhaltjies, spring-rolls, vetkoekies, pancakes and...

Homeless on agenda

Ward councillor Shayne Ramsay says homeless people, drawn to the Atlantic Seaboard by the many tourists there and the high possibility of hand-outs could...

Theatre college pupils jet off to Moscow

The Waterfront Theatre College has once again been selected by the organising committee of Theatrical BRICS to take part in their 2018 festival in...

The great ones

■ Indoni Dance Academy will stage Abakhulu - The Great Ones on Sunday June 3, at the Artscape theatre, at 3pm and 6.30pm. Choreographed...

Nourishing the soul

Liezie Mulder recently demonstrated a few versatile and tasty recipes from her book île de païn anytime at Chez Gourmet in Claremont. While...

Managing diabetes during Ramadaan

Being diagnosed with diabetes has not stopped a Strandfontein Muslim from fasting, which is one of the five pillars of Islam. “I said to myself...

City budget an insult

Janine Myburgh, president, Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomes the City of Cape Town’s decision to...

‘Integrity is important in leadership’

“If there was a time to talk about the importance of integrity in South Africa, it’s now.” So said former public protector Professor Thuli...

Upset over St Monica’s demolition plan

Bo-Kaap residents are once again upset at the lack of engagement surrounding a proposed development in their area.The latest proposal involves the demolition of...

Sea Point officers awarded

Acting station commander, Lieutenant Colonel Christo Engelbrecht, welcomed the guests and encouraged the medal recipients to continue to do their work without expecting anything...