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Scheme breaks mould

A Colorado Park people’s housing project is at the forefront of saving water. A unique grey water reticulation system, has been connected to 49...

Westridge student wants to fly

About ten percent of pupils who registered to write the amended senior certificate examination at Balco College, in Portland, were not eligible to write...

When to worry about spider bites

People are often concerned about spider bites, but only 2% of calls to the Poison Information Helpline of the Western Cape (PIHWC) were about...

Mayoral mistreatment

Rozario Brown, Eastridge As a coloured person, I believe that I’ll be doing my community a great disservice by failing to speak out about the...

Food for thought in Woodlands

A Woodlands pensioner feeds about 600 people every week with donations she gathers from local businesses.Freda Roseline May, 64, from Mrs May’s Soup Kitchen,...

Fight is on for Tafelsig girl

A Tafelsig girl who is fighting brain cancer will be among those who will be kept in mind when the Cancer Association of South...

Valentine’s Day lunch

About 200 senior citizens were treated to lunch at Beacon Valley community hall on Valentine’s Day, Wednesday February 14. Solomon Philander, councillor for Ward...

Chinese New Year

South African and Chinese children gathered to play in an exchange of culture in the sunshine of the Kirstenbosch Gardens to ring in the...

Lentegeur hospital to rely on borehole water

Lentegeur Psychiatric Hospital, whose sprawling grounds house the psychiatric hospital, the Mitchell’s Plain District Hospital and the Lentegeur School for Learners with Special Education...

Free learner’s licence classes

■ Now Empowering Achievable Dreams (NEAD) are hosting free learner’s licence classes for women at Tafelsig community hall, in Olifantshoek Street, every Monday,...