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ARRANGED (series 2)
Fridays from 10 June at 20:00

Three couples from different cultural backgrounds have one thing in common, the belief in arranged marriages. From a Romani gypsy couple in New York City, a southern couple from the Bible belt, to a couple raised by traditional Eastern Indian parents living in Los Angeles, these brides and grooms don’t just marry each other, their unions include their entire family. Viewers will see each couple’s relationship from the lead up to their weddings to the several months after the reality of married life sinks in. Continue reading

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Note to editors: Today, 18 April 2016, the City of Cape Town’s Executive Mayor, Patricia de Lille, was joined by representatives from the Cape Peninsula University of Technology to sign the City’s Inclusive City anti-racism pledge.

Today we were pleased to host the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) Dean of Students, Cora Motale, and the Student Representative Council President, Sibusiso Thwala.

We welcome their commitment and thank them for reaffirming their support for the Inclusive City Campaign and joining us in the fight against racism. Continue reading

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The antioxidant-rich Rooibos tea is best-known for its health benefits, but according to South Africa’s top gardening gurus, it’s also a must for every garden.

Margaret Roberts, a prominent figure in the world of gardening and natural health has been using Rooibos for composting ever since she can remember.  She says Rooibos makes a fantastic natural fertilizer as it contains nutrients and trace minerals beneficial to plant growth.

“Instead of throwing away your used Rooibos tea leaves or bags, use it along with other vegetable and fruit peelings to make a balanced compost mix. Our thriving Herbal Centre near Hartbeespoort dam keeps compost heaps going in much the same way with Rooibos tea being among the critical compostable materials. We use it on all our vegetables and fruits in the huge Herbal Centre gardens that supply our restaurant, and the produce is of excellent quality,” she says. Continue reading

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The Baxter Theatre Centre seeks to appoint twelve (15) Ushers in the Front of House department on an ad-hoc basis for appointment commencing 3 May 2016. The successful candidates will assist the Front of House staff to provide excellent customer service to the Baxter’s patrons and ensure public safety.


  • A matric certificate or equivalent qualification.
  • A friendly disposition coupled with sound interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written).
  • Fluency in English and at least one other official language.
  • The ability to work well under pressure, both as part of a team and independently.
  • Alertness and the ability to think quickly in an emergency situation.
  • A strong sense of customer service.
  • The flexibility to work according to the Baxter Theatres operational hours.

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The Presidency has remained mum on weekend media reports that “senior African National Congress (ANC) members” are working on an alleged bold plan to oust President Jacob Zuma after the local government elections on August third.

According to the Sunday Times, the officials, some based at the ANC’s Luthuli House headquarters, have been discussing details and communicating with party branches across the country opposed to Zuma, to remove him after the elections.

This involved easing the imminent calls for Zuma to leave in favour of ramping up pressure only after the elections had taken place, as some have feared that his early removal could have a negative impact come voting time.

“We need to buy time and act only after the elections. We are giving [Zuma] a long rope to hang himself,” he said,” one official allegedly told the paper at the launch of the party’s election manifesto in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.

Addressing the media after conducting a walkabout of the Greenacres Shopping Centre a day before, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said the party remains confidant it would retake control of the Metro after the elections, as only positive feedback from residents had been heard during visits in and around the area.

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If all goes according to plan, residents and visitors to Cape Town will soon be able to make use of tuk-tuk vehicles to travel short distances within the city and surrounding suburbs. Read more below:

The tender for the provision of tuk-tuk public transport services was issued on Friday 15 April 2016 by Transport for Cape Town, the City’s transport authority.

‘We want to use this tender process to appoint public transport operators who will operate 80 tuk-tuk vehicles across eight areas in Cape Town and the far south. The tuk-tuk vehicles are intended for those wanting to travel short distances of 3 km or less to local destinations. The people who will make use of the tuk-tuk vehicles are those who do not necessarily want to make use of a metered taxi service, but also do not want to walk 2 or 3 km to their destination,’ said the City’s Mayoral Committee Member: Transport for Cape Town, Councillor Brett Herron.

The eight initial areas where the tuk-tuk vehicles will be allowed to operate are as follows: Continue reading

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