Read of the Week

The book tells the personal story of Zephany Nurse or Miché Solomon, the name which she was given after being stolen from her drowsy mother’s hospital bedside in 1997, but several other voices also tell the story.

Headline act

On Saturday August 24, the MC will be Dugald Pieterse, Liam Bento will be the support act, Nelson de Gouveia will be the open mic act and Bongani Dube will be the guest act.

Good night Friday

DJ Shuffleswill be on the decks followed by Alt-pop duo Emerger at 6pm and Goodluck at 8pm.

Show is a celebration of Yiddish

New Yorker Shane Baker and Caely-Jo Levy make Yiddish accessible to a whole new audience.

Youth perform on a professional stage

The young singers and solo instrumentalists will get the opportunity to perform with the orchestra on a professional stage, under the conductorship of Brandon Phillips.

Ghostbusters seek out the city’s ghouls

Cape Town Paranormal Investigations, a non-profit organisation based in Durbanville, is made up of a team of 16 investigators from across the city.

V&A Waterfront road closures

Construction works will only take place between 7am and 6pm, but to ensure safety, one lane will remain closed for the entire period.

Zephany author: please reserve judgement

In the book, Joanne Jowell transcribes a series of interviews with Miché, her “adoptive” father Michael, her social worker, counsellor, lawyer and teacher.

Team keeps hotel spick and span

The Table Bay’s executive housekeeper, Melissa Hugo, has been with the hotel for two and a half years, heading up a team of four women.

Workshop tackles heritage, sustainability and developement

The workshop is also intended to create an enabling environment for the participants to contribute towards the enhancement of heritage initiatives throughout Africa.