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First harvest of food garden veggies

The first spinach harvested from the community food garden.The Kewtown Walking Bus women Aziza Hendricks, Arlene Adams, Gadija Gallant, Tasneem October, Jasmine Cassiem, Amber...

Saying no to abuse

Making their voices heard, from left, are Mika van der Rede, 10, Marlene Seals, Cecelia Alcock and Renaldo van der Rede, 7.The Kewtown and...

Market in the park

Shahieda Bebe Hendricks-Adams sold her range of clothing.There was something for everybody at the pop-up market at Kromboom Park in Crawford on Saturday.Zaahir Mohamed’s...

Mothers’ support group marks a milestone

Simone Honikman, the founder of the Perinatal Mental Health Project in Hanover Park, said they were grateful that they could continue their work throughout...

Fuel price hike cripples consumers

Jasmine Uys, Alicedale Estate, AthloneWe hardly recovered from the recent load-shedding episode and last month's sharp fuel-price hike, and now we are slammed with...

Book review: The Island of Missing Trees

The Island of Missing TreesElif ShafakPenguinReview: Karen WatkinsElif Shafak’s beautifully written novel is a rich magical story of forbidden love and division seen through...

Mural of Dulcie September painted at civic centre

Johannesburg street artist Dbongz Mahlathi painted this mural of Dulcie September at the Dulcie September civic centre in Athlone.A mural of the late Dulcie...

Civic groups give voice to wards, but some are silent

Civic associations play an important role in keeping a community’s concerns on the municipality’s radar but several groups in neighbourhoods served by the Athlone...

Bringing conservation to the Cape Flats

Eemaan Singlee, 24, with Khetha Journalism Course teacher Les Aupiais.A young woman from Heideveld, who is determined to promote nature conservation on the Cape...

Respect is key to ending abuse – social worker

Why are women and children abused and what can communities do about it? This question was dealt with during a talk in Silvertown last...