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...

Read of the Week

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...

Protest calls for housing

MATTHEW HIRSCH “Sea Point residents must not be afraid of justice.” This was the message from social activist Zackie Achmat at a protest last...

Glamour for a good cause

The Enterprise and Supplier Development Expo took place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on Wednesday March 2. The aim of the expo...

Fury as council clamps down on fine-dodgers

KAREN PRETORIUSThe City of Cape Town says it has signed an agreement with the sheriffs of the court to execute warrants of arrest for...

Work that ‘demands to be seen’

CARL COLLISON With The Kingmakers, Louis Viljoen pens a work looking into the murky world of politics. This is his debut project as the Fugard...

Underwater flight?

This year’s first “Jam That Session” took place on Saturday February 27 at The NEST Space on Longmarket Street. The sessions provide up-and-coming artists...