Young people urged to take leadership roles

Nomzamo Ntombela will soon undertake her PhD studies at the Michigan State University (MSU) African History PhD Program in the United States of America.

Tourism minister to speak at wine and food conference

According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, all travel and tourism in South Africa contributed 1.5 million jobs and R425.8bn to the economy in 2018, representing 8.6% of all economic activity.

Zonnebloem’s white wines to be crafted by Kelly-Marie

Kelly-Marie Jacobs' connection to Stellenbosch runs deep, with her grandparents originally from the town where they met, at the Stellenbosch train station.

Using tech in fight against rhino poaching

Dr SP Le Roux says he felt that there was need for technology that could assist nature conservationists in the fight against rhino poaching.

Exit matter in hand

Waterstone Village centre manager, Daphne Kriel, responds to concern over traffic situation at the centre.

Read of the Week

Veteran broadcaster Iman Rappetti writes honestly about her life which has had many ups and downs.

City dam levels pass 80% mark

The dams supplying the City of Cape Town have hit the 80% mark for the first time in years.

Fiddler on PV stage

More than 100 pupils took part in the staging of the production, which included a full orchestra of 18 members.

Award-winning cricketer

Andrew Whaits has been awarded the best Boland under-17 cricketer for 2018/2019 season at the annual Boland Cricket awards dinner.

Amazing acapella

Judging the competition will be baritone Barend van der Westhuizen, soprano Lauren Dasappa, jazz singer Babalwa Mentjies and composer Arthur Feder.