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Boeka protest to bring peace

The Bonteheuwel community held a mass iftaar last Friday and Saturday as a form of protest to bring an end to gang violence and...

Violence, drugs affect rich and poor

Domestic violence and substance abuse are not exclusive to underprivileged areas - they can affect anybody, no matter where they live.This was the message...

Read of the Week

What’s for Lunch?Ann Christodoulou New Media Publishing Review: Karen Watkins Afrikaanse meisie Ann Christodoulou and her Cypriot-Greek businessman and winemaker husband, Nick, moved to Hout Bay in...

Rates not for profit

Kevin Jacoby, Chief Financial Officer, City of Cape Town An amount of R9.4billion has been budgeted for rates in- come in the City’s approved 2018/19 budget....

Ramadaan shoebox

On Sunday June 10, the Bonteheuwel Joint Peace Forum, with the assistance from the community, handed over 96 gifts as part of its Ramadaan...

Mayor takes office to Athlone

Mayor Patricia de Lille took her office to Ward 49, where she hosted the first Mayoral Pop-Up Office, with ward councillor Rashid Adams and...

Local youth among jazzy line-up

Four of the 13 youth performing at Artscape Theatre’s Youth Jazz Festival, on Friday June 15, are from the greater Athlone area.Andreas Coxson, 17,...

Keeping youth well fed and out of trouble

An Athlone youth spends her free time making sure the underprivileged are fed by hosting soup kitchen drives in the area. Jamie Lakey, 26,...

Hunt for past pupils to celebrate milestone

Heideveld Senior Secondary celebrates 40 years of teaching excellence this year, and are looking for past pupils to help celebrate the achievement. The school...

High tea

■ Ruach Purpose-driven Ministries hosted a high tea for widows on Saturday June 9, at the Independent Order of True Templelar (IOTT) Centre in...