Partners provide meals for Mandela Day

The 500 000 meals will provide one hot meal for five days a week, to 96 000 beneficiaries for one year.

Poo finally stops flowing in service lane

Mayoral committee member for water and waste services, Xanthea Limberg, said the sewage came from a cracked pipe on private property in Jordaan Street.

Reconstructing the rainbow nation

Carin-Lee Masters talks about South Africa's diversity and more.

Diarrhoea cases at its lowest

There is an annual spike in diarrhoea and pneumonia cases - both of which can be deadly in young children - reported at primary health-care centres from November to May.

Problem phone

Ron and Jean Fillis share more details about their problem phone.

Violence affects our children

Dr Ellapen Rapiti writes about the violence on the Cape flats.

Help for Telkom woes

Adriaan L van Wijk writes about his challenges with Telkom.

Cops still on the hunt for alleged baby rapist

Bishop Lavis police station commander, Brigadier Christopher Jones, said police had questioned the two, following tip-offs from the community, but no evidence had been found to link them to the crime.

Confessions of a Mormon Boy

Steven Fales, pictured, will bring Confessions of a Mormon Boy to the Alexander Bar, in Strand Street, until Saturday July 20, after its run...

Read of the Week

Rekgotsofetse Chikane writes about the ideology behind Fees Must Fall.