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26 days ago
Breakdancer heads for Japan to represent SA
Breakdancer heads for Japan to represent SA
Weekend Argus

CAPE Town B-Boy Brandon Peterson aka "The Curse" is heading to Japan to represent South Africa at the international World ...

26 days ago
Boland author to inspire youth
Boland author to inspire youth
Weekend Argus

A CAPE teen will be flying the country's flag high in the US, where she is to meet internationally renowned authors.

26 days ago
Proof that ordinary people have power
Proof that ordinary people have power
Weekend Argus

A WEEKDAY morning, not at 4am anyway, is an unlikely time for a festive occasion, but on Wednesday the gathering of diplomats, ...

26 days ago
Educating kids on the dangers of booze
Educating kids on the dangers of booze
Weekend Argus

UNDERAGE drinking has raised alarm bells with 86 percent of teenagers, as young as 14, said to be consuming alcohol on a regular basis.

29 days ago
Mercy of Hajj crosses cultures
Mercy of Hajj crosses cultures
Weekend Argus

Filled with at least 400 photos, former journalist Yusuf Abramjee's new book, #Hajj2016 A Journey, documents one ...

32 days ago
Best Stern collection housed right at home
Best Stern collection housed right at home
Weekend Argus

FIFTY years since her death in 1966, the works of celebrated South African artist Irma Stern are in greater demand than ever before.

32 days ago
Acclaimed young chef cooking up a storm
Acclaimed young chef cooking up a storm
Weekend Argus

JOSH Thirion is an award-winning chef and author at the age of 14.

35 days ago
Dressage – a dance between rider, horse
Dressage – a dance between rider, horse
Weekend Argus

HOSTED by the Western Cape Dressage Council, the South African National Dressage Championships take place at Stellenbosch ...

39 days ago
Abrahams keeps the dream alive
Abrahams keeps the dream alive
Weekend Argus

FROM the dusty streets of Manenberg keeping goals for his loc al soccer team during apartheid to being part of the Bafana ...