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Politicians play football over water crisis

While the DA-led City of Cape Town and the ANC-led national government are playing political football with the water crisis, there are residents in...

Walk of Remembrance

More than 100 people, mostly former residents of District Six, braved the heat to take part in the annual Walk of Remembrance on Sunday...

Skating in the right direction

A group of skateboarders are on a mission to patch up the holes at the Westridge Gardens skateboard park to make it safer and...

Learn the science of happiness

Many people believe that happiness and fulfilment are linked to how much money or possessions they have. However, leading research at Berkeley University is...

Keeping the beat strong

■ Richard Peter Cupido, from Portland, points himself out in this portrait of the Bloemhof Crusaders Christmas Choir, taken in 1961. Mr Cupido celebrated...

Read of the Week

The 50 Greatest Dishes of the WorldJames Steen Icon Books Review: John Harvey “Cultural appropriation” has become one of those walk-on-eggshell “trending” topics, the mere mention of...

‘Ou toppies’ discover prodigy in Portland

A group of “ou toppies” playing golf on the brown sandy pitch of Portland sports field are proud of their prodigy Aaqil Salie, 6,...

Policeman lifts spirits

Chantal Leng, Strandfontein Good cops are the ones who are passionate about what they do. Bad cops are the ones who take on the job...

Hospital fire under investigation

The cause of the fire at Mitchell’s Plain District Hospital, which saw the evacuation of 202 patients, is being investigated.Heavy smoke was detected at...

Festival time in Wynberg

It’s almost time for the annual Southern Mail Wynberg Family Festival, taking place on Friday and Saturday March 2 and 3, at the old...