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Book review: Thando Pato’s On the Rocks

On the RocksMemoir of a high-functioning alcoholicThando PatoMelinda Ferguson BooksReview: Voox SonandziThando is a Cape Town-born young woman working in the hustle and bustle...

Right-to-die activist has no regrets

Founder of Dignity SA Professor Willem Landman in conversation with right-to-die activist and author Sean Davison, who now lives with his family in Pinelands.Right-to-die...

Public urged to report missing manhole covers

Open manholes attract illegally dumped waste that can block pipes and cause flooding, says the City.The City is urging the public to report missing...

Miss SA Top 10 champion shoe campaign

The Adopt-a-School Foundation (ASS) has for this year’s Mandela Day partnered with Bathu, a South African sneaker brand to run a Back to School...

Wine Town Stellenbosch 2022 offers something for everyone

The town of Stellenbosch is getting set for the annual Wine Town Stellenbosch 2022. Promising a wide range of activities, wine-tasting events, showcases and...

Cape Town Museum goes digital

Dr Helene Vollgraaf can be seen browsing through the newly-launched website for the Cape Town Museum.On Tuesday June 14, the Museum Service of the...

Opera for babies and toddlers

Cape Town Opera’s Alida Stoman with an intrigued toddler, Kayla Emdon.Cape Town Opera presents Twinkle, Twinkle and Little Stars – opera for babies and...

U3A talk on innovation in Africa

Professor Michael Bruton will talk on innovation in Africa at the next U3A talk in Strand, scheduled for next month.On Wednesday July 6, the...

Book review: The Bitter Olive

The Bitter OliveRonald SamuelsSsali Publishing HouseReview: Simonéh De BruinSuccessful businessman Ronald Samuels’ memoir, The Bitter Olive, is an unpretentious account (much like the author...

Changes to the winemaking team at Delheim

Nongcebo “Noni” Langa has been appointed as the new winemaker at the Delheim wine estate. ...