Virtual exhibition of Samuele Makoanyane sculptures

Ceramic sculpture by Samuele Makoanyane of Moshesh or Moshoeshoe (c.1776-1870), first king of Lesotho from 1822 to 1870. Collection of the Iziko Museums of...

Beacon Hill pupil becomes first National Learner Award winner

From left are Premier Alan Winde, Alessio Marcus, Education MEC Debbie Schäfer and WCED head of department, Brent Walters.Beacon Hill pupil Alessio Marcus becomes...

Book review: People Like Her

People Like HerEllery LloydPan MacmillanReview: Chantel ErfortEmmy Jackson is Mamabare. Instagram influencer extraordinaire.Once a magazine industry “it-girl” (is that term still cool to use?),...

Meet the Lamborghini of pianos

Ian Burgess-Simpson with a handmade Fazioli F278 concert grand piano.A Fazioli F278 concert grand piano was recently delivered to Ian Burgess-Simpson’s piano showroom and...

Young talent and old masters on stage for jazz festival

Gloria Bosman will perform at the Youth to Masters Jazz Festival at Artscape.The Youth to Masters Jazz Festival will take place at the Artscape...

Play tackles themes of loss and grief

Jennie Reznek and Carlo Daniels in Snapped. PICTURE: Mark WesselsMagnet Theatre’s latest production, Snapped, a companion piece to I turned away and she was...

Ladles of Love breaks world record

More than 90 450 cans of tinned food, at 6.7km long, starting and ending at Nobel Square at the V&A Waterfront.Curving around puddles, posts,...

A rule to help entrepreneurs with their cash flow

Jonathan Jacobs is a social entrepreneur who helps people help themselves.His life mission is to create job opportunities for 100 000 people.Armed with street...

Book review: Bring Back Our Girls

Bring Back Our GirlsJoe Parkinson and Drew HinshawFaber and FaberReview: Lauren O’Connor-MayIn 2014 an obscure terrorist group kidnapped hundreds of schoolgirls from a remote,...

Nominations open for neighbourhood watch awards

The City has opened nominations for its annual Neighbourhood Watch Awards.The awards present an opportunity to highlight the good work in the sector, and...