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14 December 2014 | Leisure

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Joan Rivers' left her daughter, Melissa, in charge of her fortune and left money for some of her favorite charities, including Guide Dogs for the Blind, Jewish Guild Healthcare and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

10 December 2014 | Lifestyle

Kardashian sister rises to fashion fame

Her elder half-sister Kim Kardashian may have tried to "break the Internet" with a provocative nude photo shoot last week, but Kendall Jenner is taking a more conventional route to fame and fortune.

20 November 2014 | Lifestyle

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One of Penguin's most respected authors, Marguerite Poland has successfully mastered writing for both children and adults.

24 October 2014 | Lifestyle

Inspiring youth to pursue design careers

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13 October 2014 | Lifestyle

Poetry prize for Schimke

The Cape Times's book editor, Karin Schimke, has won the 2014 Ingrid Jonker Prize for her first anthology of poetry, Bare and Breaking.

9 October 2014 | News

Lights, camera, fashion

Gearing up to host the biggest national multi-cultural wedding showcase in the world, engaged couples may get ready to be chauffeured VIP style to the GrandWest Casino where they might make some of the most important decisions for their special day.

2 October 2014 | Lifestyle

iOS virus targeting HK protesters

Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered a computer virus that spies on Apple's iOS operating system for the iPhone and iPad, and they believe it is targeting pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.

1 October 2014 | Lifestyle

Finances hold sound back for too many

"It's a beautiful noise, made of joy and of strife, like a symphony played by the passing parade, it's the music of life, what a beautiful noise, coming' into my room, and it's beggin' for me, just to give it a tune."

23 September 2014 | Lifestyle

Spreading deaf awareness

Celebrations of South Africa's 20th year of democracy has made headlines throughout 2014, but a group lobbying for the rights of persons with hearing loss says that there is still much to be done before this marginalised group can join the celebrations.

23 September 2014 | Lifestyle

Let your guard down

The success of the inaugural Mzansi Cape Town International Salsa Festival 2013 has led to double the bookings from the global salsa community for the upcoming November event, with dance fans realising the value in coupling their favourite past-time with the opportunity to tour one of the world's beautiful cities.

19 September 2014 | Lifestyle
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