Read of the Week

Being LilyQarnita Loxton Kwela Review: Lauren O’Connor-May Being Lily is the follow-up to lawyer-author Qarnita Loxton’s debut novel, Being Kari. I have not read Being Kari, but...

Nurses Night Run

■ The first Nurses Night Run, organised by The Exceptional Nurses Campaign to raise funds for nursing bursaries, had more than 650 entrants taking...

Karen Zoid

■ Afrikaans rocker Karen Zoid and her band will be performing at Durbanville High School on Friday September 21, from 7.30pm. Tickets, available through...

Drag sisters hike for charity

Two drag sisters who know what it’s like to be bullied, took on Lion’s Head in full drag over the weekend in a bid...

Debutante ball

Sarepta Secondary School held a débutante ball on Friday August 31. Fourteen pupils participated, six of them winning prizes such as tablets, laptops and...

Customer throws shade on car canopy

Denise Schouw is probably suffering from buyer’s remorse after she installed a Shadeport that looks “like an industrial structure which offers no protection to...

Langverwacht Road to close for roadworks

Langverwacht Road in Kuils River will be closed from Wednesday September 19 until Wednesday October 3 due to roadworks.The road will have to be...

Mixed reaction to water tariff drop

Activist group Stop City of Cape Town (COCT) has welcomed the City’s easing of water restrictions but says the “late and inadequate tariff reduction”...

Winning team

■ The Monte Vista Neighbourhood Watch (MVNHW) held its third annual fund-raising quiz evening on Saturday September 1, at the Edgemead Bowling Club. The...

Struggle to get refund from college

Nuraan Molti, who works in admin when she is not at home looking after her young twins, knows when the “paper pushers” are trying...