Workplace bullying and sick leave during Covid-19

The workplace has changed a lot in the last four months due to the coronavirus which has infected over 500 000 people in South Africa.

New tool to make sports events safer

The tool was developed by the medical task force and is based on WHO tools and documents.

Read of the Week

Kate Elizabeth Russell has written a controversial book about sexual grooming.

Women’s Arts Festival moves online

The virtual festival will have a programme of dance and theatre performances, panel discussions and podcasts.

New ‘sedge’ plant species discovered at Tokai Park

The species is known as sedge or the hidden veldrush and is listed as critically endangered with extinction.

Covid-19 survivors share their stories

Zintle Peter had the test, and three days later, on May 19, she learnt she was positive.

Feeding the needy

Pastors Ivan Jones and his wife have been in ministry full-time for 12 years and work and serve the community of Lavender Hill and surrounding areas.

Beanie hand-over

The packs were made up by the IIE’s Varsity College Cape Town’s VC Cares as part of the campus’ Mandela Day donation initiative.

Club delivers professional care to seniors

The Timeless Care Seniors’ Club delivers assisted professional care to about 100 senior citizens.

5G excuse for eroding private property rights

Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry president, Geoff Jacobs, has some reservations about the 5G rollout.