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WATCH: Judging criteria explained

What do drilling & marching judges look for? Staff Sergeant Nathan Peters explains.

WATCH: Drilling in action

School children showcase their drilling and marching skills.

City turns to courts over MyCiTi bus strike

The City of Cape Town has accused the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) of being behind the wildcat strike by some of the MyCiTi Bus...

Man tries to bury dog in the dunes

Law enforcement officers intervened and stopped a member of the public from burying his dog in the dunes at Strandfontein Beach on Wednesday October...

WATCH: Marching and drill competition grows

Major General Jeremy Veary established the Mitchells Plain Marching and Drill Competition in 2007. It now attracts interest from schools far beyond Cape Town.

‘Gang’ house menace

Westridge residents have had enough of a dilapidated house in Angus Way which is also allegedly a haven for anti-social behaviour. The community wants...

MyCiTi bus strike enters third day

There's a limited MyCiTi service as the wildcat strike by some workers enters a third day.A group of striking workers have gathered outside the...

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...

Teaching children to love animals

A Montrose Park man is taking an age old tradition of caring for animals and selling fruit and vegetables by horse-drawn cart to a...

Teacher appreciation

Caradale Primary School teacher Ezra Carelse won third place in the national Woolworths Teachers’ Day competition. With him is pupil Kamvelihle Jack, who nominated...