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Nur Abrahams, unplugged

Nur Abrahams will be performing unplugged tonight, Friday November 16, at The Venue in Lansdowne, at 8.15pm. Nur started singing professionally at the age...

Thousand litres of alcohol down the drain

The City of Cape Town’s law enforcement department has started destroying thousands of litres of alcohol which were confiscated in the past financial year. The...

A long walk for peace

A Manenberg man is planning a walk for peace in the neighbourhood plagued by gang strife, and he wants others to join him.Sameeg Norodien...

‘Interference not possible on database’

Ward councillors cannot interfere in the municipal job-seekers database, says the City of Cape Town, despite two councillors admitting they had applied to do...

Zaakir needs your support

Zaakir Bantom, 13, from Hanover Park has been selected to play in the Manchester Cup in April next year. It’s England’s leading Easter youth...

When in doubt say darling

■ Pieter-Dirk Uys’ newest show, When in doubt say darling, returns to The Fugard Theatre on Tuesday November 27 by popular demand. In...

Thank you Athlone News

Mateen Paleker, Rylands We are relieved that the situation has drastically changed for the better and with positive results on Hazel Road park in...

Spes Bona alumni give back

Spes Bona High School alumni are on a mission to give back to the school. They have already raised 
R20 000 for their former school...

Read of the Week

SalvationPeter F Hamilton Pan Macmillan Review: Lauren O’Connor-May Don’t judge a book by its first three chapters. That’s not quite how the saying goes, but in this...

Project gives babies a second chance

Rachmat Burton thought her baby would never walk due to a brain abnormality but with the help of the Bhabhisana Baby Project, 18-month-old Raeesa...