Editors Add their Voice to Campaign Aimed at Encouraging Reading
Nal'ibali's #CatchMeReading drive is on this week and Times editors' are sharing their sentiments to drive a culture of reading.
Money Matters: How to make a million
Author and financial planner Sylvia Walker tells us how to do it.
Consumer group wants TV licences scrapped
Consumer lobby group Sancu says consumers are becoming extremely despondent due to government entities such as the SABC.
Here's what you need to know before watching Alien: Covenant
Heading off to see Alien: Covenant this weekend but no idea where it fits in to the Alien timeline? We'll get you up to speed.
This guy managed to fool Joburg!
Aidan Atcheson pretended to be Justin Bieber walking in Sandton City and people bought it
Cloud eggs are a new craze, here's how it's done (with no egg on your face)
Kieno Kammies shows us how to make these fluffy clouds with their sunshine centres, a fad that's sweeping across social media.
How you can keep your electricity bill low with a logging system
Capetonians who own properties valued at more than R1 million will soon have to pay a new R8.21-a-day electricity tariff.
Parent raises concerns over Sunningdale Primary's religious ethos
A Muslim parent called to express his views on possible exclusion of non Christian pupils.
Cape Town level 4 water restrictions: All previous water exemptions revoked
The City of Cape Town urges 100 litres per person per day, no irrigation allowed at all.
Police arrest four suspects linked to Mandla Hlatshwayo's killing
Former Generations actor and Jozi FM DJ Mandla Hlantshwayo was shot and killed in Soweto on Sunday.
Cure (aka ‘patch’) for new cyber threat (WannaCry; wreaking havoc as we speak)
Reading this means not having to worry about the high-tech threat to your computer.
There's an Ebola outbreak in the DRC and this is how doctors plan to contain it
Health professionals and aid workers will target DRC's remote north-eastern province of Bas-Uele to bring the outbreak to an end.
How to make money by investing in classic cars
Do classic cars make your heart beat faster? Here’ how they can make your wallet thicker…
Local knitting clubs keeping kids off the streets and builds belonging
Two women armed with a pair of needles and ball of wool are determined to change the narrative for youth in their communities.
Brand guru says ad industry is losing its edge
Azania Mosaka speaks to Andy Rice, advertising and branding commentator on memorable ads over the years.
Capetonian devises card game encouraging random acts of kindness
'Game for Humanity' is a card game which motivates people to pay (and play) it forward in little ways that make a big difference.