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Provincial heritage status for civic centre

The UDF, launched at Rocklands civic centre in 1983, was an anti-apartheid body that incorporated many anti-apartheid organisations to oppose the apartheid government and its policies.

Teacher chalks up experience abroad

Courtney Edwards, from Cedar High School of the Arts, left to teach Foundation Phase pupils at Nada International School in Al Ahsa Saudi Arabia.

Zephany author speaks

In the book, Joanne Jowell transcribes a series of interviews with Miché, her “adoptive” father Michael, her social worker, counsellor, lawyer and teacher.

Students implent resilience systems

SEED is offering 30 more bursaries for youth, aged older than 16, to complete a Seeding Futures Permaculture Design Course between Monday November 11 and Friday November 29.

Pioneer church celebrates anniversary

Church council member Japie Saal recalls being involved in the construction of the Verenigende Gereformeerde Kerk in Westridge.

Matric ball

Courtney Whiteboy and Diego Blignaut recently went to their matric ball.

Tips for young writers

The Plainsman is hosting a short story competition for pupils at Mitchell’s Plain schools in partnership with the first Cape Flats Book Festival.

Cops attend Women’s Day event

The speaker was entrepreneur Candice Manuel from Embrace your Curves, who encouraged and challenged the women to embrace themselves and accept who they are.

Women honoured

The Beacon Hill High School Drilling Squad was accompanied by their leader, Melissa Benjamin and Urshala Damons.

Department honours female crime-fighters

Community Safety MEC Albert Fritz said it was common to see women at the forefront in the fight against crime and gangsterism.