Two men arrested for drug possession

Metro police officers confiscated tik in a house in Heideveld.

Station still a problem

Garlandale Neighbourhood Watch deputy chair Natalie Barrish says conditions at the station remain dangerous despite them being reported to officials several years ago.

Be cancer aware

Breast cancer is the most common among South African women with a lifetime risk of 1 in 27, according to the 2014 National Cancer Registry.

Ombud enforces in duplum rule

If you are unhappy with a service provider, you can visit or phone 086 010 3236.

Six in court for pregnant mom’s murder

Members of the police’s Anti-Gang Unit arrested three suspects when they found the suspected murder weapon at a house in Tambo Village. Later, following up on leads, Manenberg detectives arrested six more suspects for the murder, later releasing three of them.

SARS is a disaster

Len Walker writes about his challenges with the South African Revenue Service.

Murder rate remains high

Johann Kikillus wonders if deploying the army is the answer to gang violence as the murder rate remains high on the Cape Flats.

Using therapy to improve your life

A qualified mental health professional can help people to work through many problems that can be debilitating and obstructive to living a more fulfilling life.

Women encouraged to support each other

Epilepsy SA regional director Wendy Nefdt said women had proven their resilience time and again and they should unite to support each other.

Landsdowne train station gets a make-over

Volunteers stripped old paint from Lansdowne subway and painted murals along with the words “our subway” on the wall.