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Oh, the joys of running a state monopoly!

Janine Myburgh, president of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry.The comfortable mind-set of those running our state-owned-enterprises was made clear in the magisterial...

Book character looks for acceptance in the stars

Faizel and the Stars is available in English, Afrikaans, Xhosa and Zulu.Faizel likes to bake, help his mother with the laundry, fit on...

StyleMode: Get the look

This co-ord set, locally produced and exclusive to @stylemodecoza is a summer must-have. Effortless dress it up or down with leather sandals or loafers,...

Humorous anecdotes from exploration geologist

Book reviewGoing to Ground by Nick NormanPublished by The Franschhoek PressNick Norman has led an extraordinary life and in this, his fourth book, he...

Chainsaws gut Woodhouse of trees

Woodhouse in Ringwood CloseHearing trees being cut down in a small cul-de-sac in Constantia, neighbours raised the alarm as the chainsaws closed in on...

Constantia man lays urine trail to recover lost dog

Strider, a black cross-breed with a grey muzzle, is neutered and chipped. There have been several sightings of him since he went missing in...

Back to the grindstone for False Bay RFC

False Bay RFC squad members raring to go following the announcement that training sessions can resume, subject to lockdown restrictions.Club rugby in the Western...

Teen to tackle Robben Island swim for mental health

Mental health activist Christopher Kleynhans at St James.A 17-year-old Wynberg Boys’ High School matric pupil will swim from Robben Island to Big Bay Lifesaving...

Interact donates stationery

St Michael’s programme co-ordinator Nicole Wevers, right, with St Michael’s director Rosemary Tsuara, left, and WGHS Interact Grade 11 pupil Alexa Loxton.Wynberg Girls High...

Where is my Christmas mail?

Paddy McPherson, BergvlietI am fed up because, having lived in various places in the world at Christmas time, I receive cards and letters keeping...