Wednesday, October 27, 2021
Written by Meliny De Stadler Every minute someone leaves this world behind. We are all in "the line" without knowing it. We never know how many people are before us. We can not move to the back of the...
On Monday 22nd February the City of Cape Town cleaned and cleared Stonehaven dumpsite. Over time, this open space has become a dumping site to the community and it can be used for much more. An...
On Thursday 17th December 2020, a fire broke out aroudn 3pm at the Wetlands in Masiphumelele. This fire destroyed over 1000 shacks, and nearly 4000 people were affected. The City of Cape Town's Fire Brigade says...
Founder Nadia Petersen Groundbreakers believe in creating a giving generation, volunteers, assistance at Groundbreakers projects. Children do not have tutors but in their unique ways they assist one another even if it is by covering a book...
A short story by Reece Pagel It all started with boredom and the love for bushy eyebrows. Because of lockdown, the opening of Schools was delayed. Couldn't stand the wait to be busy and productive that I...
Soos die doods Engel, daagliks huisbesoek doen in ons gemeenskap, en dag na dag n geliegde uit ons gesin weg neem. Is daar maar net 3 vertroosende woorde wat na gedagte kom.Geloof! Vir n beter...
It is a great comfort to know we never really lose when we believe, for any defeat can be turned to good, if we will absorb the lesson in it. There seems to be a...
I have been wearing a mask every time I leave home since March, 2020. I’m not sure why being considerate to others for the common good is now being mocked by some who are calling...
Powerful Men's Supper hosted by The Ocean Times Commemorating all men at The Organic Farm in Ocean View, The Ocean Times hosted a beautiful supper at sunset. Men came from every edge of Ocean View to...
A poem by Brittny Lamb Between black and white, there are people of colour moved between the consensus of what it means to be black and what it means to be white with jacked-up palms and...