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Keep your eye on the prize, says veteran darts player

A member of the Tyger Flights Darts Club, which is affiliated to the Northern Suburbs Darts Association, she says the biggest highlight of her journey has to be the 1997 World Cup in Australia.

Flat is falling apart

Law enforcement barricaded the property in February, but these barriers have since been removed by the illegal occupants.

Gospel singer takes stage in solo concert

Jonathan Rubain has organised several music events in Hanover Park, including the Hanover Park Jazz Festival and Hanover Park’s Got Talent.

Read of the Week

Zephany Two mothers. One daughter tells the personal story of Zephany Nurse or Miché Solomon, the name which she was given after being stolen from her drowsy mother’s hospital bedside in 1997.

Cops hunt for burglars

The robbers left in a white BMW with two plasma TVs, a Sansui and a Telefunken.

Cost of living

Jasmine Uys is very unhappy with the high cost of fuel.

Motor insurance claims keep ombud busy

On average, disputes in 2018 were resolved in 104 days, an improvement on 2017’s 131-day turnaround and close to the OSTI’s target of 100 days.

Round two of HPV vaccinations for girls commences

The vaccination that will be used is called Ceravix®. It is a preventative precaution that needs to be administered twice with a six-month interval between dosages.

Women’s shelter repeatedly vandalised

The Salvation Army Carehaven provides safe accommodation for women and their children fleeing domestic violence.

Maths is Fun

Youngsters attended the Maths is Fun event hosted by the Amy Foundation at Bonteheuwel High School.