Ryan O’Connor chats to celebrated rugby writer Mark Keohane about his love for Cape Town, his northern suburbs roots and a professional career that has taken him all over the world reporting on and writing about the world champion Springboks. Continue reading →
Racing Legend Deon Joubert and Ryan O’Connor get behind the wheel of Hyundai’s thoroughly impressive i30 N at Killarney Raceway and chat about Deon’s career in racing, as well as his transition to media fleet manager for a number of major motor manufacturers.
Ryan O’Connor chats to Stormers flanker Hacjivah Dayimani as they drive around the streets of Cape Town in the quintessential Grand Tourer, the Maserati GranTurismo, chatting about his love for rugby, fashion and cars.Continue reading →
Nik Rabinowitz is a South African comedian, actor and author, who has made guest appearances on several comedy shows, including the British panel show Mock the Week. He also appeared in the 2012 film Material. He currently calls the Mother City home, and recently, took a snooty drive around town.
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde has suspended MEC for Community Safety, Albert Fritz with immediate effect on Sunday, 23 January.
The suspension comes after Winde reportedly received “serious allegations” pertaining to Fritz over the past week, reports IOL.
In a statement released on Sunday, Winde stated that he had summoned Fritz in order to inform him of these allegations.
“I have summoned the [MEC] and informed him of these allegations, as well as my decision to suspend him with immediate effect, which he has accepted,” Winde said.
“I have initiated a full investigation which must proceed on an unhindered basis. [MEC] Fritz has offered his full co-operation in this investigation.”
Winde further stated that an update would be provided in due course. The exact reasons for Fritz’s suspension are not known, with GOOD’s Brett Herron asking for clarification around the matter, as per News24.
Ryan O’Connor caught up with Craig Kolesky, Cape Town’s top photographer and friend of Orms, to find out where his love for photography came from. Continue reading →
Veteran journalist, analyst, and broadcaster Karima Brown was remembered at a memorial service on Saturday after she passed away due to Covid-19 complications earlier this month. Continue reading →
Wake up and walk your way through the day. Take on an entirely new perspective, reach new heights, breathe in all that is the Mother City. Here are a few of our favourite paths, promenades, trails, and treks. The weather might be wild at the moment, but these adventures are well worth keeping in mind for the soonest sunny day. Continue reading →
On Sunday 18 January 2015, Bree Street in Cape Town became Open Streets, the initiative that creates shared places which embodies respect for all and helps to bridge the social and spatial divides of our city.