SACS vs Wynberg Rugby

SACS High School; Newlands, Cape Town – On the 16th June, 2012, SACS played Wynberg High in the Inter Schools Rugby event contesting their 1st – 2nd and 3rd Teams On a superb sunny day with an attendance of around 750 boys from each school the crowds of parents and onlookers swelled those watching well […]

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Birth Registration Campaign

Pretoria – Minister of Home Affairs, Naledi Pandor, will on 1 January 2013 lead the department’s campaign for the registration of New Year’s Day child births at the Bonteheuwel Maternity Clinic in Cape Town. Pandor will be supported by Home Affairs Deputy Minister Fatima Chohan, who will also embark on the registration of new-born babies […]

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Education the bedrock of democracy

Cape Town – Schools are “the bedrock” on which democracy is built, and which will determine whether democracy will work or not, Western Cape Premier Helen Zille said on Wednesday. Addressing top pupils and parents as well as school principals during an awards ceremony at her official Leeuwenhof residence, Zille said there was no quick […]

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YMCA World Hoop Challenge

Five continents, 96 cities, one day all with one aim, to mobilise 5 million people during a global celebration of shooting hoops in an attempt to create a Guinness World Record on 13 October with the YMCA World Challenge Hoop Springs Eternal. Basketball originated at the YMCA in 1891. A physical education teacher, Canadian-born James […]

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Virgin Announces New Route

Cape Town, October 2012: Virgin Atlantic Airways will once again introduce its popular direct flight between Cape Town and London from 18 October 2012 to April 2013, in time for the busy holiday season. The flight will ensure holidaymakers and business travellers alike cut down on travel time and the expense of connecting flights. Simon […]

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Another Man’s Vine

Barry Sullivan – Another Man’s Vine The Barnard Gallery is delighted to present an exhibition of paintings by Barry Sullivan. At first sight his work appears vaguely reminiscent of the genre of naive, or outsider, art. But a closer reading uncovers a clever ploy on Sullivan’s part to draw the viewer into fantastical vistas where… Read More

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Trawler runs aground

A Taiwanese trawler ran aground off Clifton on Saturday, 12th May, 2012. The salvage operation to tow the beached trawler back into the sea has been postponed for now. The trawler is 50m in length and due to the vessel being beached on a sandbank, it was considered a strong possibility that once the tide had […]

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Song and Dance

Song and Dance is playwright, writer, performer, director and blogger Megan Furniss’s latest creation for the stage. It was chosen as one of four in the comedy category of the PANSA (the performing Arts Network of South Africa) playwriting competition. This competition provides an excellent platform for writers to get their plays onto stage and […]

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New series Leaps onto SABC3

Just when you thought the commissioning of local programming by the SABC had come to an (almost) grinding halt – a new series has just leapt onto the small screen. I Am Woman Leap of Faith, a new weekly series which launched on SABC3 on April 1st 2012, offers a fresh take of the life […]

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Football tourists spend R1.27bn

  Pretoria – Cape Town has gained R1.27 billion from spending from more than 108 384 football tourists who visited the city during the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Presenting his 2010/2011 annual report to the Western Cape Legislature’s Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Development on Friday, Cape Town Routes Unlimited (CTRU) CEO Calvyn Gilfellan […]

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