In her new novel, author Yewande Omotoso takes the political into a private space.
Last week President Jacob Zuma said that letters of reprimand were sent to the ministers accused of misconduct with regards to Nkandla.
Readers write in about racism and poverty, and Samwu.
Ever on guard about being seen as racist, you can’t count on white folks to roll with the punchline.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba spoke in Gugulethu, Cape Town on Friday evening. In his address, Gigaba described ANC veterans as ill-disciplined.
But it would take a government with insight and compassion to implement the necessary remedies.
The 51st Fleur de Cap Threatre Awards were held in Cape Town on Sunday, March 20. The awards recognise artists across the threatre specctrum.
Two men have been arrested for the rape, murder of Sinoxolo Mafevuku, while another accused of raping a woman at the Rhodes Memorial appears in court.
The Jo'burg-based artist uses the digital arena to escape the "exclusive economy of art" and wants to be the queen of a sex empire.
Our metros are killing us. Poor planning means that the heat islands trap air pollution – but SA’s cities think about ways to bring temperatures down.
Over a thousand Imizamo Yethu informal settlement residents were left homeless after a fire broke out - this in the wake of a fire in November.
Readers write in about Patricia de Lille, and Thami Mkhwanazi.
Legendary pianist Abdullah Ibrahim returns to his beloved Cape Town to weave his storytelling magic.
Boutique restaurants are on the increase in Cape Town – selling product lines as well as meals.
The Triangle Project is experiencing a financial crisis. All the work is under serious threat.
Readers write in about Cape Town development plans and the ANC; Patricia de Lille responds.
The genesis of the mayor's plan to build on coastal public space may lie with two businessmen.
From retro fashion to collectables, Debbie Loots lists some of Cape Town’s most charming vintage shops.
Julius Malema has offered the services of the EFF to remove the statue of Cecil John Rhodes along with any other symbol of colonialism and apartheid.