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NANCY Stratten (née Coward) was born in Beckenham, London. She attended The Abbey School in Reading where she excelled in academics and sports. She was head girl and captained the first hockey team.
Mom won a scholarship to Oxford University (Somerville College), where she read Botany. While...
COVID-19 put inequality in the spotlight. With millions of people without jobs and forced into poverty, the work of NGOs has never been more crucial - and there has never been a more crucial time to help them.
It’s around this time of year that corporates prepare for Mandela Day (July 18),...
Surfing Plett soccer star Merrick van der Gaast Purdon was proud to wear Lloyd Chapman’s wetsuit during last Wednesday’s paddle-out, and to do so on the Spowy Board belonging to his buddy Jordan Marais - one of the many youngsters who grew up surfing in Lloyd’s wake and who thought the...Read more
Western Cape premier ALAN WINDE shared this advice at the most recent Covid-19 digital press conference on July 2
AT the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in the Western Cape, I made clear that our province’s Covid-19 response would be evidence-based and data-led.
In an unprecedented crisis of this...
WHEN we tracked down Zack Berman, 14, on Wednesday June 24 to get the backstory of his ‘shark among the surfers’ drone footage that went viral the previous evening (viz: Zigzag mag was one of the first to check with Zack if they could post his vid!), we encountered a friendly 14-year-old...Read more