On the Couch: Development, giving back key elements for Stormers' Craig Barry
Stormers fullback Craig Barry explains how his Be The Difference Foundation is helping to equip young rugby players from underprivileged backgrounds with the skills to progress on and off the field.
How long will it take for District Six claimants to get restitution?
Residents who are 60 years or older might not get to see the results of their 21-year land claim. Here’s what’s holding the process back.
'When can we go back?': District Six land claimants seek restitution
Twenty years after lodging their claims, former residents of District Six are still waiting for land restitution.
Lwandle residents: We want to live a decent life
Backyard dwellers started took over a section of land along the N2 near Strand to build their shacks following protest action over service delivery in the area.
'Enough is enough': City of CT must scrap high water bills, say protesters
Khayelitsha residents took to the streets on 11 April 2019, protesting the lack of water and exorbitant water bills in the community.
Uncle Hugh, 'the people’s physio,' on his 100 HSBC Sevens tournaments
We sat down with Hugh Everson, the physiotherapist of the SA Sevens team after he reached the milestone of being at 100 HSBC World Series tournaments last December.
Ramaphosa tells farmers to look at land reform positively
President Cyril Ramaphosa again called on farmers to work with government on its land reform plan in the country.
Stay in SA, Ramaphosa urges young, white farmers
During a campaign session in Stellenbosch, President Cyril Ramaphosa guaranteed young white farmers that there are enough opportunities for everyone in South Africa.
Balls, wheels and giving back: On the Couch with Joel Stransky
EWN sat down with former Springbok and now cyclist Joel Stransky at the Absa Cape Epic where he talked about giving back with his Vision 2020 initiative.
Jazz artists leave crowds breathless at CTIJF
Local legends Jonathan Butler, Don Laka and the Soweto Gospel Choir had the crowds on their feet when they brought the home-grown flavour to the Cape Town International Jazz Festival.
GALLERY: Local & international artists wow fans at 20th edition of CTIJF
Sho Madjozi, Jonathan Butler and FKJ were just some of the performances that entertained jazz lovers till the early hours of Sunday morning.
Pedal power: Hannele Steyn, the only woman to have completed every Cape Epic
Hannele Steyn has cycled over 11,200km as she has completed every Cape Epic mountain bike race held. 'The last Lioness' completed her 16th Cape Epic this year.
CT Carnival in one minute: Dazzling performers & bright lights
The annual CT Carnival didn't disappoint and it wowed crowds. This year's theme was Vuka Ukhaye, arise and shine.
From Capricorn Park to Tour de France: Nicholas Dlamini on his climb to success
Team Dimension Data's Nicholas Dlamini chats to us about his goals and living his dream.
Ready, set, party! Prop makers set to wow CT Carnival with floats, costumes
It’s all hands on deck as members of the Cape Town Carnival finish the last of the final touches before this weekend’s parade.
SA's Cherise Willeit wins Cape Town Cycle Tour
South African mountain biker Cherise Willeit was victorious in the 78km elite women race at the Cape Town Cycle Tour. She won in a time of 2:16:11.
Bheki Cele visits gang-ridden Lavender Hill
A shortage of police, corrupt cops and ongoing gang violence were along residents' complaints to Police Minister Bheki Cele.
On The Couch: UWC's Lubelo Scott chats life in prison, Varsity Cup & more
Lubelo Scott spent a part of his childhood behind bars. Now, he’s a key player in UWC’s Varsity Cup rugby team.