Margaret Julie married into the Julie clan when she was 20. She didn’t know that her new family name was a remnant of slavery in the Cape.
Walking back into the room where their two children died proved too difficult for two Cape Town mothers who lost their daughters in a fire.
WWF said that as the world’s largest market for illegal rhino horn, Vietnam, would be in the spotlight CoP17.
Despite heavy rains, some UCT students have embarked on a second day of demonstrations following the expulsion and suspension of a number of students.
Slavery was a taboo topic in his household, so Alfred May was never told about his roots.
Arthur Junies’s surname is a sign that he is descended from slaves, but he says apartheid affected his life more directly than slavery.
Residents of a Cape suburb are fearful for their safety after a man was held at knife point by a female robber at an intersection ...
Equal Education has slammed the Department of Basic Education for underspending more than R800 million of a grant which is ...
A team of doctors and a family who had lost a loved one saved the lives of four people across the country within a space of 18 hours.
Protesting students have warned that UCT will be shut down today after protests relating to the expulsion and suspension ...
Tisha Lourens was born with Foetal Alcohol Syndrome and was expected to die as a baby, but 20 years on she is thriving.
For Hanover Park resident Shafick April, embracing his heritage has been his ticket to travel the world.
A proposal for a single piece of legislation that regulates marriages across all religions and cultures is currently under ...
Leonard Maart, 81, says he wishes more had been done so that people know about slaves and the difficulties they encountered.
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”.