Chit-chat inspires and enlightens

PechaKucha, which is Japanese for chit-chat, is a gathering where people from all walks of life get together to share their ideas, works, thoughts and experiences.

Book launch

Adrian Hayes will take audiences through his hair-raising experiences, lessons learned and controversial realities.

Taking eye care to rural areas on Mandela Day

Yvonne Jackman will walk in the Eastern Cape, from Zithulele Hospital, where cataract surgery is done to the Canzibe Hospital.

Con artists ‘vish’ and ‘phish’ to rob you

Credit-card fraud is theft involving a payment card - either debit or credit - as a fraudulent source of funds in a transaction.

Exercise programme for stroke survivors

Dr Tania Zastron developed a cost-effective and simple task-specific eight-week sensory-motor training programme to determine whether exercise can improve the connectivity strength between different affected areas of the brain, as well as functional recovery in chronic stroke survivors.

Removal of swing sparks community ire

SANParks spokeswoman, Lauren Clayton, said the organisation wasn’t trying to be a killjoy by taking down the swing.

Update on assault case

Captain Ntombi Lindipasi has an update on the assault case involving a Wynberg resident.

Personal attack

Sheila Camerer responds to what she views as a personal attack.

Scarves distributed to the needy

The scarves are tied to trees and poles at various venues across the country where people passing by can take them.


Doreen Horne celebrated her 87th birthday by attending the opening of the Cape Town City ballet’s Amaranth.