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High praise from public on dagga ruling

Dagga or marijuana is now legal for private use in South Africa, following a ruling by the Constitutional Court on Tuesday September 18.The historic ruling...

Cape Cultural Collective returns to Artscape

The Cape Cultural Collective (CCC) will stage a Heritage Day production, Just Our Journey, at the Artscape on Monday September 24.The CCC will be...

WATCH: A celebration of sounds

A celebration of sounds from some of the best all girls'school choirs was held in St George's Cathedral on Monday September 17. 

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...

The Karoo takes centre stage at Artscape

The Karoo takes centre stage in a musical double bill at the Artscape Theatre until Saturday September 22. During the first half of the evening,...

South Africans under seige

Soraya Solomon, chief executive officer, National Institute for Crime Prevention and the Reintegration of Offenders (NICRO) The release of the crime statistics, which records an...

Rowers plan to make waves at competition

Four young men - three of them a Clifton residents - are preparing to tackle the world’s roughest row challenge, and bring home a...

Remember a hero

Archdeacon Thomas Lightfoot (1831-1904) was a well-respected public figure in Cape Town and was renowned for his work with the poor and destitute. He...

Reduced tarrifs welcomed

Janine Myburgh, president, Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomes the slight relaxation of water restrictions following...

Help us help the elderly

Heather Allen, Order of St Lazarus The Western Cape Commandery of the Order of St Lazarus is asking you to help us help the ill,...