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Dam levels decrease slightly

Dam levels have declined slightly for a second week in a row.They have gone down by 0.4% to 75.6 % of storage capacity. This...

Designated fireworks sites announced

The City of Cape Town has designated 11 public open spaces for the discharge of fireworks on Guy Fawkes, Diwali as well as for...

WATCH: Drilling in action

School children showcase their drilling and marching skills.

Fence welcomed

It took three years for Welcome Estate community leaders to get authorities to erect a perimeter fence along the N2 to ensure the safety...

Yet another case of broken telephone

Qaanita Salie of Mitchell’s Plain bought a Hisense cellphone for her father’s 70th birthday from Mr Price Mobile.“The phone broke before it was two...

Teacher writes book to boost reading

An English teacher of almost 30 years has seen too many times the effect the lack of reading has on his students, and this...

Residents back Anti-Gang Unit deployment

Crime ravaged communities are hoping that police minister Bheki Cele’s plan to deploy the new Anti-Gang Unit (AGU) will finally allow them to walk...

Read of the Week

Dealing in Death: Ellen Pakkies and a Community’s Struggle with TikSylvia Walker Penguin Random House Review: Lauren O’Connor-May This book started out as a biography on Ellen...

People like you

David Kapp, Athlone There are mouths quite wide open at this statement on early eve TV In our country we rape people like you this...

Manenberg SAPS commended for convictions

Manenberg SAPS received acknowledgement from both the national and provincial SAPS for retrieving the most illegal firearms in the province and for being the...