Topic: Cape Town
A painter and a writer have both recently depicted race, which remains an uncomfortable issue in South Africa more than a decade after the end of apartheid, in their work.
12/03/2010 02:07 pm
Pope Benedict XVI's comments on condom use are causing confusion and debate from Manila to Mexico City.
11/21/2010 02:59 pm
Marketing executive Megan Bernstein's plan to make vuvuzelas into earrings won a competition for the best alternative use of the long plastic horns left over from this summer's World Cup.
11/11/2010 11:04 am
Only a few months after the World Cup, South Africans' idealism has been replaced by cynicism about the country's values and a feeling that corruption is their only shared experience.
11/10/2010 02:17 pm
Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 10/21
A Cape Town political party is hoping to turn the differences between the Western Cape and the rest of South Africa into electoral votes and, ultimately, independence for the region.
10/15/2010 03:36 pm
White South Africans are increasingly living below the poverty line as the country's job market adjusts to a post-apartheid era, which lacks the government support for whites that it once had.
10/14/2010 03:39 pm
An ad agency in Cape Town, South Africa, has launched a contest for what to do with the controversial plastic horns. Suggestions include refashioning the vuvuzelas into candlestick holders, light stands, even ‘vuvu-brellas’ to keep you dry.
10/12/2010 02:33 pm
Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 09/28
The Fan Walk – a car-free stretch in Cape Town that connected a downtown public soccer viewing area with a World Cup stadium – has spurred plans for more pedestrian malls at sporting events.
08/29/2010 02:28 pm