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Taariq gets a gold medal

Whizz kid Taariq Mowzer, a Fairbairn College Grade 10 pupil, clinched the gold medal in the 34th South African Computer Programming Olympiad at Kelvin...

Make-up tricks to beat the heat

Checking the mirror to perfect your look before heading into the sun is often a futile exercise because most make-up products are not made...

Kind donation

■ The Department of Social Development partnered with the Al-Imdaad Foundation to donate 100 hygiene and sanitary packs to the Elim Night Shelter in...

Shining light on breast cancer

A searing pinch in her left breast while watching TV in 2012 was the first warning sign that breast cancer survivor Colette Adams, 42,...

Stamps say “cheers” to SA wine industry

The South African Post Office has paid tribute to the South African wine industry through a set of five small international letter rate stamps...

Shelter gives Ransey a second chance

Ransey Diergaardt, 31, used to “skarrel” in the streets of Goodwood in search of his next fix and meal. Last week, he decided to seek...

Karou Charou

■ Karou Charou will perform his show Hot and Spicy on Saturday October 21, at the Artscape Theatre, at 8pm. The show, which will...

Read of the Week

The Woman in the WoodLesley Pearse Penguin Review: Gail Gilbride Lesley Pearse’s riveting page-turner, The Woman in the Wood, signals a deeper, slightly darker period...

Classes to resume at CPUT

Classes at Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) were set to resume this week, following their suspension because of rioting. CPUT stopped classes after cars...

Abalone bust in Parow North

Police arrested a 30-year-old man in Parow North for being in possession of R900 000 worth of abalone, on Thursday October 12. According to...