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The ANC's moment of truth has arrived. The money has run out and large parts of the country are falling apart. What now?
Far too often, the courts seem to be hardly moving at all.
It's our guys, the champions, against the official number one team in the world.
The story of how an English family from Ceylon struggled to settle down in the Cape among the ‘bloody Nats’ in 1948.
It's a dump. Neglected. Broken. Wounded. But Lael Bethlehem says it can be fixed, and she should know.
The onus is on the government to prove we can trust it to implement this new legislation in good faith.
Each generation must examination its origins for itself.
A story about the Cape ancestors of today’s Bassons, De Wets, Vissers, Berghs, Groenewalds and Mosterts.
Tyron Adams helped change the identity of a cultural dish when he was named the champion boerewors maker of 2023.
Humanity can become weirdly infatuated with leaders who have murderous tendencies.
Marita van der Vyver and Stephen King do not disappoint with their latest books.
Bryn Turnbull's new novel is about looted art during the Nazi occupation — and two women's fight to save it.
Good books can be a diversion from the Rugby World Cup.
Even if you only enter Pollsmoor to try its restaurant, you'll be glad to escape.
Ballet legend Eduard Greyling is still performing at the age of 75.
When a meticulous 98-year-old wants help with a Frankfurter Kranz, the kitchen becomes a pressure cooker.
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He was the youngest Hertzog Prize winner yet. Now he is working on a kykNET series.