Women’s arts festival in August

As South Africa tackles the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Artscape Theatre has decided to proceed with the 14th edition of its popular Women’s Humanity Arts Festival, as a series of live and pre-recorded online events taking place from Sunday August 9 to Friday August 31.

Driver’s licence validity extended until end of January

The City of Cape Town has welcomed the additional driving license extensions.

Lawyer’s Covid-19 experience

Women’s Legal Centre's Seeham Samaai is not sure how she contracted the virus.

Mr Jaz’s message of hope

Mr Jaz says the song is meant to give hope to those who are struggling.

Read of the Week

Karen Watkins reviews Mum & Dad by Joanna Trollope.

Hotels feel the lockdown pinch

The national coronavirus lockdown has crippled tourism in Cape Town, and the city centre is no different, with with most of the CBD's 40-odd hotels still closed.

Man wanted for rape

Cape Town Central police needs your help to find a man, said to be in his late 20s, who allegedly raped a woman.

Reaching out on Mandela Day – from a distance

With level 3 lockdown regulations in place, which includes a ban on gatherings, most businesses taking part in Mandela Day had to think out of the box to do 67 minutes of good in honour of South Africa’s late president, Nelson Mandela.

Waterfront gets stamp of approval

The V&A Waterfront was awarded the World Travel and Tourism Council’s Safe Travels stamp, the world’s first global safety and hygiene stamp for travel and tourism, designed specifically to address Covid-19 and similar outbreaks.

Chefs get cooking for Mandela Day

The Table Bay Hotel in the Waterfront is still in lockdown, but the chefs opened the kitchens for the first time today.