Eskom warns of possible load shedding

Eskom says there's a low risk of rotational load shedding today.The power utility says the probability will increase in the evening - from 5pm to...

Zip Zap Circus production celebrates Women’s Month

Zip Zap Circus is celebrating Women’s Month with a show called Journey Beyond from Friday August 17 to Sunday August 19 at the Artscape...

Train fires derailing economy

Janine Myburgh, president, Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry The failing commuter rail system in Cape Town had become a major threat to the local...

Read of the Week

The House SwapRebecca Fleet Penguin Random House Review: Karen Watkins The idea of swapping houses with a stranger is a novel one. In this psychologically suspenseful story...

Mala makes dolls to represent all

Children of colour can now have dolls that look like them, thanks to a Caribbean-born and Camps Bay-based international model and founder of Malaville...

Desalination plant for Waterfront

The V&A Waterfront is set to become home to a new solar-powered desalination plant, which will be the first of its kind in Cape...

Customers cry fowl over chicken

Natalie Horn bought a tray of crumbed chicken schnitzels from Woolworths’ new flagship store at the recently completed Table Bay Mall in Sunningdale. The...

Computer lab brings positive change to St Paul’s

St Paul’s Primary School in the Bo-Kaap opened its new computer lab last Friday, August 3. The new resource was made possible by Partners...

Another move on mansions

The plan to demolish a section of the Winchester Mansions to make way for development is back on the cards and residents had until...

Star swimmer called up to national squad

After spending nearly half his life swimming, don’t be surprised to find that Plumstead’s Matthew Bowers, 23, has grown webbed feet, gills and fins....