Against great odds: the Battle of Britain

The UK’s World War 2 victory over Germany had momentous consequences, but brought the island nation close to defeat

SA poet delivers message of hope at James Sedgwick Distillery

SPONSORED | Puno Selesho features as an exceptional South African in fourth part of Three Ships Whisky visual collaboration series

Pass the plants, please: Lexi’s commitment to sustainability extends beyond food

SPONSORED | Lexi’s Health Eatery franchise has built a name around its offering of plant-based foods

Book your AdForum seat to shift the gears of automotive advertising

A panel of industry experts gets under the chassis of the latest motoring ads

The forgotten dams of Table Mountain

High above the city, five remarkable stone dams tell the long history of Cape Town’s strained relationship with water

Love Books named best independent bookseller for 2019

Melville’s beloved bookdealer won the accolade at the Sefika SA Book Awards

What to watch on TV now

During days drenched in bad and bizarre news, the screen offers a smidgen of escape we could all do with

The Spitfire dream takes flight

A painstakingly restored Spitfire and two pilots are making history with a round-the-world adventure

The William Kentridge retrospective you have to see

The William Kentridge exhibition that is on simultaneously at Cape Town’s Zeitz MOCAA and Norval Foundation, titled Why Should I Hesitate: Putting Drawings to ...

Midway: the World War 2 sea battle that changed the balance of power in the Pacific

In fighting off an onslaught by huge Japanese forces the US won a crucial advantage

The Long March to Freedom: a look at SA’s heroes

The recently relocated Long March to Freedom is a heritage monument that’s engaging, uplifting and absolutely worth a visit

Tiny house revolution: honey, I shrunk the house

Forget stately piles and super-sized pads; tiny houses are trendy and a natural final step in the quest for minimalism

Art with heart in Cape Town

Capetonians craving a measure of culture should make haste to Welgemeend for its Art Month

Constantia’s revered circle of shrines

In the leafy suburb of Constantia and nearby areas, Richard Holmes discovers a little-known corner of the Cape’s history