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Cape Town women running CPFs in tough areas

2016-04-29 08:11

A group of women have become amateur sleuths and guardians against crime in their regular patrols as the Community Policing Forum of Nyanga, often described as the 'murder capital' of Cape Town.

Local firefighters cheer up kids battling cancer

2016-04-28 09:39

A team of dedicated local firefighters went the extra mile on Wednesday to brighten up the morning for two children fighting cancer.

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PICS: Visually impaired photographer shares some of his work

2016-04-21 13:00

Photographer Donovan Botha has shared some of the work he did in becoming the first visually impaired student to obtain a National Diploma in Visual Communication at Tshwane University of Technology.

Student, 53, returns 'home' in honour of parents who were forcibly removed

2016-04-21 07:47

Being a student at Stellenbosch University is like returning home for Griezelda Stuurman – part of the campus is on the land where she grew up before her family was forcibly removed in the 1960s.

PMB-born Zondo part of Young African Leaders Initiative

2016-04-20 11:52

U.S.-bound Mondli Zondo reckons his spell in the Mandela Washington Fellowship programme will translate into a positive contribution to his country when he comes back.

Local artists, French brand Hermès join forces

2016-04-19 12:14

Luxury French brand Hermès has joined forces with Ardmore Ceramic Art, based in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, to launch a new range of patterned scarves.

Double celebrations as man pops the question at graduation ceremony

2016-04-18 15:29

Nosipho Nguse notched up two life milestones in one night, when her boyfriend popped the question as she walked off stage at her graduation ceremony at the University of KwaZulu-Natal last week.

WATCH: Surgical robot makes history in KZN

2016-04-15 10:53

The first operation by a robot which is guided by the skilled hand of a surgeon has been performed in KwaZulu-Natal.

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We hit the streets with the internet's favorite agony uncle, Moshe Ndiki

We cruise the Cape with internet sensation Moshe Ndiki as he gives us the scoop on his entertaining life.

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The fine art of turning a rubbish dump into a thing of beauty

2016-04-28 11:21

What started as a project two years ago to replace an illegal rubbish dump outside a Port Elizabeth home with eye-catching murals, has opened the doors of success for two brothers.

Sobantu star pupils back from informative Dubai trip

2016-04-26 11:48

Three Sobantu Secondary pupils, who were the only South African­s selected to ­participate in the final stages of a United Nations research competition on sustainable cities, returned from their Dubai trip all smiles last week.

Tutu's loud cackle resounds as he and Leah receive social justice award

2016-04-22 11:23

Anglican Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and his wife Leah have been recognised for their lifetime commitment to social justice.

Missing cliff dog found

2016-04-21 12:37

A missing Jack Russell named Jack, which plunged off a cliff into a gorge in Durban, has been found alive and well.

Former political prisoner to celebrate 'Bible by Shakespeare' on Robben Island

2016-04-20 12:08

The 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death has particular resonance for a former political prisoner, who says the playwright's works helped him through dark days on Robben Island.

Visually impaired student gets diploma in photography

2016-04-20 09:00

Donovan Botha has achieved a first: he has become the first-ever visually impaired student to not only study at the department of visual communication at TUT, but complete a diploma in the subject.

I'm not gifted - SA pupil who scored 'highest maths mark in the world'

2016-04-19 09:03

A 17-year-old from Somerset College in the Western Cape has achieved what is being regarded as the highest maths mark in the world.

South Africa's first skin bank opens

2016-04-15 11:46

South Africa has entered a new era of skin and bone regeneration with the launch of the country's first skin banking programme.

Family affair as mom and 2 daughters set to graduate days apart

2016-04-14 08:32

It is going to be a family affair when a mother and her two daughters graduate with post-graduate degrees from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in one week.

Gogo's two year quest to return equipment lost in rural KZN

2016-04-13 10:41

A piece of branding material worth thousands of rands, thought to have been lost after falling off a delivery bakkie in rural KZN in 2014, has been returned to its owners by a determined granny.

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