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12 days ago
FAS fails to dampen Tisha’s spirits
FAS fails to dampen Tisha’s spirits
Western Cape

Tisha Lourens was born with Foetal Alcohol Syndrome and was expected to die as a baby, but 20 years on she is thriving.

12 days ago
Know our heritage: Meet Mr April
Know our heritage: Meet Mr April
Western Cape

For Hanover Park resident Shafick April, embracing his heritage has been his ticket to travel the world.

13 days ago
Government not delaying marriage law, court told
Government not delaying marriage law, court told
Crime & Courts

A proposal for a single piece of legislation that regulates marriages across all religions and cultures is currently under ...

13 days ago
Know our heritage: Meet Mr Maart
Know our heritage: Meet Mr Maart
Western Cape

Leonard Maart, 81, says he wishes more had been done so that people know about slaves and the difficulties they encountered.

13 days ago
Cape Town mayor’s R2.2m for 5 trips abroad
Cape Town mayor’s R2.2m for 5 trips abroad
Politics

Five overseas trips by Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille in five months at a cost of R2.2m have been slammed as “ridiculous” and “unacceptable”.

13 days ago
WLC accused of trying to change what the Qur’an says
WLC accused of trying to change what the Qur’an says
Crime & Courts

The Women’s Legal Centre Trust is accused of trying to change what the Qur’an prescribes to Muslims to bring it in line with ...

13 days ago
After Al Jazeera, Adams looks forward to home
After Al Jazeera, Adams looks forward to home
Western Cape

After more than five years of reporting on global sporting news on Al Jazeera, Robin Adams is coming back home.

13 days ago
‘First they killed my husband, now my son’
‘First they killed my husband, now my son’
Crime & Courts

The mother of Athule Maguya, 21, experienced a second tragedy in less than a year when her son was shot dead inside his home.

14 days ago
Know our heritage: Meet Mr Februarie
Know our heritage: Meet Mr Februarie
Western Cape

Cape Town resident Felix Februarie can trace his family back to a group of indentured labourers from India who settled in the Bo-Kaap.