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Artscape displays costumes to mark 50th anniversary

A costume worn by the character Marsinah from the musical Kismet performed at the Artscape Opera House.To celebrate their 50th anniversary, the Artscape is...

Book review

The Four WindsKristin HannahPanMacMillanReview: Karen WatkinsThis epic story of a simple American migrant family during the harrowing droughts of the 1930s begins in 1921...

Residents raise concerns in spatial hearings

DA councillor Ronel Viljoen led questions during the northern district’s leg of hearings for the City’s spatial planning programme.The City of Cape Town has...

Search for the next generation of champion jockeys

Jockey Anton Marcus taking Rainbow Bridge over the finish line to win the 2019 Sun Met race held at Kenilworth race course. Picture Ian...

IEC veteran Reverend Courtney Sampson retires

Reverend Courtney Sampson chats about his time at the IEC.Reverend Courtney Sampson, 65, has retired from the Independent Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC)...

Long walks to raise cancer awareness

Cancer survivor Michael Wynne poses for a photo during a recent trip to the Northern Cape.Diagnosed in 2017 with prostate cancer, Kraaifontein resident Michael...

City gives vendors a leg up with bookkeeping training

Mayoral committee member for urban management Grant Twigg spoke to trainees at a bookkeeping workshop earlier this week.The City of Cape Town has been...

Council to decide on R400 food voucher plan

The city council’s next meeting is expected to decide whether households in two Kuils River wards will get R400 food vouchers in winter.Poor households...

Pupils design ’dream school’

Grade 7 Emma Lategan and Grade 11 Riyago Maartens are excited to be among the first batch of pupils at Curro Durbanville’s Klipheuwel Road...

Vital Health Foods workers down tools

Workers protested outside the Vital Health Foods factory in Kuils River last week. They are striking for higher wages.A Kuils River-based vitamin manufacturer saw...