Husky voiced Bonnie Tyler vows to rock South African stages
Fans can expect to hear Tyler's power ballads and memorable 1970s and 80s classics.
Lessons in leadership learned under distressing conditions
Organisations could take a leaf from Antarctica's leadership strategies as Daleen Koch's research suggests.
Spur releases CCTV footage of man grabbing woman's child
Spur has released CCTV footage showing a man grabbing the arm of a boy he claims bullied his child at one of the chain's eateries.
[CARTOON] Poephol With a Taste For Strife
EWN's Dr Jack & Curtis take a look at the Spur confrontation that has taken the country by a storm.
Afrikaans-speaking student res adamant "not exclusive"
De Goede Hoop Koshuis coordinator insists this is not an 'apartheid' hostel and everyone is welcome if they meet the requirements.
Do You Really Need to Drive to an Office to do Your Job?
Traffic congestion in the City is reaching its peak, but do we need so many cars on the road?
SA skateboader turns Paarden Eiland bridge into his personal skate jump
Jean-Marc Johannes is a professional skateboarder who believes in never giving up.
No escaping the tax man even if you work outside SA
Government is intending to change the way foreign income is taxed by introducing taxes to a large South African diaspora.
How Blu Blood is taking comedy to every corner of SA (and soon the world!)
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Blu Blood cofounder Osman Osman for his weekly “ShapeShifter” feature.
Local foundation helps mental health patients get back on their feet
The Spring Foundation is working to break down divisions between Cape communities and recovering mental health patients.
Workplace bullying is as real as in school playgrounds
One in six people fall victim to an office bully.
GreenCape gets businesses on board with water-saving
NPO GreenCape helps local businesses realise how becoming water wise stands to benefit their bottom line using creative solutions.
Three lessons learned from the drought
The Cape has 103 days of usable water left and Dr Kevin Winter sums up the three take-outs from this water-scarce time.
103 days water left for Cape Town
City says there are four months of water left as usable dam levels are now sitting at 18.6%.
Robots may resemble gods by 2045 (but they'll take your job long before then)
Is it even possible to stay ahead? Arabile Gumede interviews Creative Counsel CEO Gil Oved.
How to move on after your home is burgled
Are you a victim of burglary? Here are some things you should do to overcome the trauma.
One City, Many Cultures Cape Town Festival now in it's 19th year
The Cape Town Festival started in 1999 as part of the One City, Many Cultures project and is a celebration of Huan Rights Day.