On the go

City speedster, Tamzin Thomas, is happy to be back home.

Keeping an eye on the clock

The former Wynberg Girls’ High School pupil has not slowed down her training even with the restrictions in place.

Women’s Arts Festival moves online

The virtual festival will have a programme of dance and theatre performances, panel discussions and podcasts.

Golden Arrow products validity extended

All passengers, including scholars who are in possession of pre-paid products, will still be able to make use of their unused rides until the end of September.

Plans to ease traffic congestion beyond Covid-19

Mayco member for transport, Felicity Purchase, said Covid-19 has confirmed that traffic congestion can be significantly reduced by managing the demand for travel.

Rise of online schooling

Covid-19 is making the future happen faster for schools, which have had to move into online learning during the lockdown.

Once upon a virtual stage

The 45-minute show includes a traditional score composed by Bongani Sotshononda and his United Nations of Africa band.

Read of the Week

Lauren O’Connor-May reviews My mother, my madness by Colleen Higgs.

Skateboarders clean up for 67 minutes

Photos streamed in on social media, tagging the organisation and bearing the hashtag #67withCTEET.

Chrysalis students begin 10-week course

Community Safety MEC Albert Fritz said he would be in regular contact with Chrysalis’s CEO, Dr Lucille Meyer.