Pipe vandalism costs man thousands

Brian Joss shares the story of Pinelands tour guide Walter Boesch.

Proposal to change status of township

Ward 50 councillor Angus McKenzie has tabled a motion to have Bonteheuwel declared a suburb.

Read of the Week

Betrayal: The Secret Lives of Apartheid Spies explores a number of questions including what it takes to betray close friends.

Emerge takes to stage

The season comprises works choreographed by Sifiso Kweyama, Ananda Fuchs and three company members, Vuyolwethu Nompetsheni, Tanzley Jooste and Darion Adams.

Rates rebate applications period closing soon

The rebates for all income bands between R4 500 and R17 500 a month were also adjusted upwards.

Save the PHA farms

Farmer Nazeer Sonday gears up for a legal fight over the Philippi Horticultural Area.

Advice office moves to Kewtown

The Athlone District Advice Office has moved to the Calvinist Protestant church hall in Kewtown.

School hosts cerebral palsy awareness day

Cerebral Palsy impairs muscle coordination and can affect breathing, bladder and bowel control, eating, and talking. It is caused by brain damage before or during a baby’s birth, or during the first three to five years of a child’s life.

Hazardous pavements being replaced

Disabled People South Africa's Bonteheuwel branch chairwoman Michelle Kock welcomed the repairs.

School’s trees wrapped pink for awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and every year, Pink Trees for Pauline - a non-profit company - wraps trees in bright pink material to raise awareness about the disease.