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Move for Mental Health

The theme for this year's World Mental Health Awareness Day, marked on October 10, is Move for mental health: let’s invest.The main pillars of...

Exhibit your lockdown art at Zeitz MOCAA

The Zeitz MOCAA will be reopening on Thursday October 22 with its first open submission exhibition to which all Capetonians are invited to contribute.After...

WATCH: Lentegeur residents take up the Jerusalema challenge

Azalia Crescent in Lentegeur, took on the Jerusalema challengeAzalia Crescent in Lentegeur, took on the Jerusalema challenge. Four women in the street gathered more than...

Blocked sewer stench

City sanitation workers removed tyres, shoes, building rubble and a bucket from a 45cm sewer pipe in Swartklip Road, close to The Farm in Montrose Park, last week.

Subscriber rejects premium refund offer

Zhemeco Schuller wrote to Off my Trolley about his two contracts with Cell C.

Fraud on the increase

Mitchell’s Plain police station spokesman, Captain Ian Williams, said the fraudsters use legitimate business stationery, including letterheads or logos, but they insert their own or other bank details.

Freddie speaks out

Wheelchair-bound Freddie Titus spoke to the Plainsman after getting a food parcel from Woodlands Women’s Support group chairwoman, Gabieba Rademeyer.

Hot dogs for Hillside pupils

Janice Abrahams said it was a pleasure to see the smiles on the children’s face.

Donations to make feeding schemes safer

The Mitchell’s Plain Development Action Collective donated fire blankets, fire extinguishers and signage to 20 feeding schemes in the community.

Dagbreek garden blooms

The three-month-old garden at Dagbreek community hall was a hive of activity on Saturday, as the gardeners tended to their project.