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Holding the line

There is no dignified way to come off a mountain in the dark, with a howling gale gusting up to 60km/h, on a perilously...

Models take to the fashion runway in support of no violence...

Models will honour abused women as they take to the fashion runway at a picnic in Somerset West for the Reeva Renaissance Runway, with...

Miriam Makeba story

■ Sima Mashazi, performs the role of the young Miriam Makeba in the musical Mama Africa, a musical about her often tumultuous life.  Songs...

Kom, Tannie Helen …

In May 1975, just before 4 Field Regiment deployed to 2 Sub Area in Eastern Caprivi, all four batteries - the equivalent of an...

Fake news under the spotlight

Health and science communication experts will gather in Stellenbosch at the International Summit on Quackery and Pseudoscience, to explore how science communication efforts by...

Cookies and camel milk?

Why dairy alternatives are taking the health market by storm.Dairy-free... “lactose-free”, “dairy alternative” - walk into nearly any supermarket or health store, and you’re...

The Store charity sale

The Store, an upmarket consignment boutique on 74 Andries Pretorius Street, Somerset West, held their annual four-day charity sale in October, and this year...

Come hell or high water?

City of Cape Town mayoral committee member for transport, Brett Herron, has responded to a letter from Somerset West resident, Jenny Patchett (“Of floods...

Silicon Valley winners

■ Two Bridge House Grade 9s came in the top three of the Allan Gray Entrepreneurship Challenge, and were awarded a trip to Silicon...

Father and daughter evoke the erased history of Stellenbosch

On Saturday November 18, Gallery University Stellenbosch (GUS) will facilitate the second edition of Die Vlakte Walking Tour, an initiative of Wilfred Damon and...