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The Seed ThiefJacqui L’ Ange Umuzi Review: Brian Joss Magdalena “Maddy” Bellani is a botanist working at Kirstenbosch and is fascinated by the Cape’s fynbos. She was...

Pushing towards a food (r)evolution

CARL COLLISON With South Africa’s current drought and ever-increasing food prices, food security has become something of a hot topic. For this reason, the...

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Forgotten Cape TownResearched by: Tony Grogan Don Nelson Publishers Review: Brian Joss One of the rare photographs dated 1912, in this book subtitled, A Visual History of...

Praising the poet

CARL COLLISON The epitome of cool, calm and collected, there is little about Siphokazi Jonas that would indicate that she is about to...

Museum Night

The second Museum Night took place on Thursday March 10. The event, which sees various arts institutions staying open from 6pm to 9pm, offers...

A ‘glass half full’ kind of initiative

CARL COLLISON The big optimist aboard the Little Optimist is hoping to raise R10 million for sick children. Greg Bertish chose to paddle for 24...

‘Long live the bicycle’

CARL COLLISON March has been declared the “Month of Cycling” by the provincial government, with thousands of cyclists from around the world enjoying the...

‘It was never just about the statue’

JOHN HARVEYRhodes Must Fall (RMF) has rubbished an article in influential international current affairs magazine, The Economist, as “one of the poorest forms of...

Spotlight on Province’s properties

The Alfred Street Complex Situated between Prestwich, Chiappini, Hospital and Alfred streets, this complex forms part of the Prestwich Precinct, which borders the CBD...

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Recipes for Love and MurderSally Andrew Umuzi Review: Brian Joss Maria van Harten, whom everyone calls Tannie Maria, is the most unlikely detective you could imagine. She...