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CT readies for a busy Easter weekend

Law enforcement departments say it's all systems go ahead of the Easter long weekend.

Tributes pour in for Semaar

Community activist, ANC stalwart and Mitchell’s Plain father, Achmat Semaar, died of a heart attack at Vincent Pallotti Hospital in Pinelands

Youth weigh in on Freedom Day

Young people share their thoughts Freedom Day which is celebrated on April 27.

Stamp of disapproval for post office

Vince Conway says he sent the parcel containing a coffee machine and some linen to his doctor brother living at Vera Beach, Florida, on April 6, last year.

Special award

Jamaal Eckstein co-hosted the Metro South Education District’s systemic awards with radio personality Irma G.

Safety of staff a concern

Westridge resident Desiree Adams is worried about the staff of Shoprite as we approach winter.

Pupils write entry tests

Parents will be informed of the outcome of the 2020 applications before the end of this term.

Project to create drug-free environment

Mitchell’s Plain pupils wanting to make a difference in their community can now sign up with a new peer educator organisation to become better...

Ons maak dit lekker, says 95-year-old

Rachel Simmery, who has been living in Tafelsig for 28 years, says it is rife with substance abuse and gangsterism.

Lights to come on for Isiqalo settlement

Mayoral committee member for energy and climate change, Phindile Maxiti, says the electrification of individual dwellings will not be possible, as Siqalo is on privately owned land.