A SOPHIATOWN theme set the tone at The Maslow Hotel on the weekend, when six industry stalwarts were named Lifetime Achievement ...
Jeanne Gaigher slows the pace of image-taking and consumption through her novel approach to painting, writes MARY CORRIGAL
IT is 2016, in the 22nd year of our democracy and Evita Bezuidenhout is still with us.
The owner of a car parked at CPUT's Bellville campus collapsed when he saw his vehicle go up in flames.
The owner of a car parked at CPUTs Bellville campus collapsed when he saw his vehicle go up in flames on Monday.
Information recently gleaned from data collated by Google over the last year gives insight into the most popular time people like to braai.
A Kenilworth woman accused of orchestrating her husbands murder was released on R30 000 bail on Monday morning.
The recent spate of anti-Zuma speeches are merely tactical moves in a game of political warfare, writes Eusebius McKaiser.
THE content of a textbook designed to compare so-called Western norms and values against traditional African culture has ...
THE world’s smallest pacemaker, comparable to the size of a large vitamin, has been fitted into the heart of a Brackenfell resident.
ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu stuck to his guns by calling on the ANC National Executive Committee to resign.
A FISH Hoek resident says his local councillor broke his arm when an argument over a parking space escalated into a tussle.
OVER the next four weeks, readers of all ages will be encouraged to use the Cape Times to come up with innovative solutions to everyday issues.
STUDENT activists are at loggerheads with #SaveOurUniversities over their planned march to Parliament ahead of Finance Minister ...