‘Don’t send provocative pictures’

Advocate Deon Ruiters said as a prosecutor, he had come across many young people with child pornography charges against them, who said that they did not know what they were doing was illegal.

Coats and colours that cut it for men

Mika Williams talks men's fashion with designer Denzil Pillay.

Laugh out loud for charity

The comedy show, called Penny for a Laugh, will take place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on Friday July 19. There will also be shows in Durban and Johannesburg.

Library’s holiday programme

Lansdowne library hosted a holiday programme with various activities for children over the past three weeks.

Boys short of funds for UK trip

Seven adults and 14 boys, aged 11 to 13, from the Fish Rite Hanover Park Cricket Club have booked their flights, but they still need money for food backpacks, toiletries and sightseeing.

Birthday celebration

Elizabeth Engelbrecht is passionate about children and is well-known for her involvement in the Grassy Park Nursery School.

Residents protest school’s planned move

The Western Cape Education Department has proposed merging Sonderend Primary School with Edendale Primary School.

Food garden gives women a second chance

The gardens use recyclable materials such as wood and plastic and are accessible to people in wheelchairs.

Partners provide meals for Mandela Day

The 500 000 meals will provide one hot meal for five days a week, to 96 000 beneficiaries for one year.

Poo finally stops flowing in service lane

Mayoral committee member for water and waste services, Xanthea Limberg, said the sewage came from a cracked pipe on private property in Jordaan Street.