Taming the fire uplifts the spirit

Brandy is the liquor for men aspiring to be heroes, proclaimed Dr Samuel Johnson assigning…

The pick of picnics

Al fresco eating can be classy and fun — especially when it’s done in style…

An attempt to restore dignity

A new exhibition focuses on the rarely mentioned Nazi regime’s persecution of homosexuals, reports Brent…

‘Practice in the Park’ Yoga Fundraising event

Following the success of last years ‘Practice in the Park’ which saw an incredible 350…

Rodriguez Reflects on a Crazy Year with a Hollywood Ending

Scott Feinberg of The Hollywood Reporter catches up with singer Rodriguez on the eve of…

Putting real beauty on show

The Spring Queen pageant is far removed from the world of international glitz, feminist protests,…

Grunge gives way to design in Woodstock

Woodstock is the go-to place for creatives who don’t have money to set up shop…

In Whom Can I Still Trust – Cape Town Holocaust Centre

Under Nazi rule homosexual men and women were severely discriminated against. State persecution, through tightened…

Comedy: Chester Missing

Chester Missing, South Africa’s contentious political puppet from e.tv’s Late Night News, has embarked on…

Adderley Street flower sellers open on Valentine’s Day

Whilst the Opening of Parliament on Valentine’s Day, Thursday 14 February 2013, means that vehicular…

Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse @ Kirstenbosch

Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse is one of South Africa’s proudest musical treasures who loves his country…

Lifestyle: Roller Derby

To describe roller derby simply as a sport is to overlook its political, cultural and…

Music: Darling Music Experience

Presented over two weekends, the Darling Music Experience is a dynamic platform for classical and…

Braai master all fired up

Brent Meersman surveys the success of Justin Bonello's TV series and highlights that there is…

Discovering hippies and teen rebellion when ‘Searching for Sugar Man’

Rodriguez’s magical transformation into a hero around the world has proved old white South African…

Cape Town celebrates Responsible Tourism Week | Cape Town Green Map

The City of Cape Town will celebrate Responsible Tourism Week by taking 60 community members…

QUE(E)RYING CAPE TOWN: TOURING AFRICA’S ‘GAY CAPITAL’ WITH THE PINK MAP

"As the city of Cape Town began to realise the impact of the tourist industry…

Street View: Mapping Woodstock, Salt River & Obs

From farmland in the late 17th century, to more people settling there until it became…

The man who put us on the map

The display of a giant map of South Africa produced for King Louis XVI in…

Cape Town launches campaign to honour Nelson Mandela

"I declared this year the year that ‘Cape Town honours Nelson Mandela,’ a campaign of…

Pops Mohamed & Olufemi in concert

Apart from being a musician of note with an international reputation, Pops Mohamed is a…