Is the Yellow Crane Cape Town’s new emblem?
The Yellow Crane is no longer a rare sighting in Cape Town. But is it an emblem of growth or greed?
Who has the unfair advantage now?
Who has the unfair advantage? (Video script)
There’s been a lot of testosterone talk lately, which we’re kind used to.
But this time it’s been …
Ode to children, the world over
Children are the same the world over…
Some are older than their years
Others stand taller than their fears
Some ride bicycles to school
The heat is on. Bring it on.
A flailing Rand. Severe drought. Zuma. Was this the summer of our discontent? Cat Pritchard wonders if you can’t stand the heat, maybe you can …
Do you click with your culture?
Heritage Day? Shaka Day? Braai4Heritage? Cat Pritchard wonders if we are all speaking the same language.
It’s that time of year when the idea of …
Origin of the species
Homo Capetonianus is a strange species. Cat Pritchard discovers a few bones worth picking for preservation.
A dark cave filled with thousands of tiny …
When we pay to pee we are no longer free
When you travel on a weak currency you better have a strong sense of humour, or so Cat Pritchard discovers when she finds herself peeing …
Onboard duty free: When the brain goes into flight mode
It could be the lack of oxygen. It’s almost certainly the lack of sleep. But there’s something more, almost existential, about flying through time and …