Tamboerskloof resident shines bright

Since she can remember, Amalia Uys has always wanted to be an actress. The Tamboerskloof resident fulfilled her childhood dream when she was cast in...

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An Eye for a ToothMurray Hamilton Porcupine Press Review: Brian Joss ...

Commit yourself to growing

Nadia Elena Comãneci is a Romanian gymnast who, at the age of 14, “became the first gymnast in Olympic history to be awarded the...

City reveals five-year plan

While the City of Cape Town says affordable housing is a crucial challenge in their five-year plan, critics say a long-term solution is needed...

Celebrating language on Heritage Day

All too often, language can cause division, particularly when things are lost in translation.However, on Heritage Day, Saturday September 24, a group of Bo-Kaap...

Two-man play to hit the Fugard Theatre

The critically acclaimed two-man play, A Steady Rain, is coming to Cape Town next month, directed by a Gardens resident. Adrian Collins may be making...

The value of kindness

Volunteers of the national NPO Cool2BeKind are trying to complete workshops with 10 000 children across South Africa this year. They run workshops...

Residents say no to Bo-Kaap development

Bo-Kaap residents are angry that construction has started on a building they have objected to, saying the developer and the City of Cape...

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Degas’ DustCamie Matisonn with Charl Cilliers Tafelberg Review: Brian Joss A well-read letter, the paper brown and cracked, and the ink a faded blue which may have...

Pioneers honoured

Many Capetonians know that taking a stroll along the Sea Point Promenade is one of the best things to do at the weekend or...