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Wanelisa Xaba on using crowdfunding to pay fees: 'I got a lot of shaming from people'
Wanelisa Xaba on using crowdfunding to pay fees: 'I got a lot of shaming from people'
While the #FeesMustFall movement pushes for free, decolonised education, students who are unable to afford university are still left to...
Letters to the editor: April 28 to May 4 2017
Letters to the editor: April 28 to May 4 2017
In the press conferences that took place after the recent Cabinet reshuffle, three things were particularly interesting. The first was that the ANC...
Public praise drives water-wise behaviour: A lesson for city managers
Public praise drives water-wise behaviour: A lesson for city managers
Applauding people publicly for their successful efforts to reduce water use at home may be an effective means of driving water-wise behaviour...
Cape Town denies its people a place they call their home
Cape Town denies its people a place they call their home
The Western Cape High Court judge who granted an eviction order couldn’t fathom why Salt River residents want to be close to the city. If...
Drug authority: SA doesn't have the necessary discipline to allow dagga judgment
Drug authority: SA doesn't have the necessary discipline to allow dagga judgment
Legalising dagga would almost double the number of accidents on South Africa’s roads and cost the country’s economy heavily, claims the Central...
No low-cost housing for Sea Point
No low-cost housing for Sea Point
The Democratic Alliance-led Western Cape government says it was looking at “the bigger picture” when it decided to sell prime property in Cape...
Fantasy fails to enchant
Fantasy fails to enchant
ELEVATION: THE THOUSAND STEPS by Helen Brain (Human & Rousseau)
​Music initiatives subvert whiteness in Cape Town's city bowl
​Music initiatives subvert whiteness in Cape Town's city bowl
About a fortnight ago, I found myself at a live Mndsgn gig. A chilly breeze and typically late Cape Town sunset set the open-air scene while the...
Multiple masculinities reflected in SA’s menswear
Multiple masculinities reflected in SA’s menswear
There was a time not so long ago when the menswear at fashion weeks was the sad, reluctant partner to the women’s shows. Dragged along for the...
Eerie quiet outside Parliament ahead of Sona
Eerie quiet outside Parliament ahead of Sona
Only the sound of footsteps of people on their way to work broke the eerie silence on streets surrounding Parliament on Thursday morning.
Honouring a Mother City mainstay
Honouring a Mother City mainstay
“I’m heading to the cricket at like five to try beat the traffic, then playing a set at this basement party,” says Alvhin Adendorff,...
Rotten deals follow Cosmo Fruit
Rotten deals follow Cosmo Fruit
Ioannis Ntinos lives in a Camps Bay condo, zips around in luxury German cars in Cape Town and next week is scheduled to travel to a fruit traders’ expo in Germany to meet potential clients....

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