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What does Heritage Day mean to you?

Monday is a public holiday. South Africa will be celebrating Heritage Day. On the day, South Africans are encouraged to celebrate their culture and...

City deploys 13 squad leader lifeguards

The Recreation and Parks Department will deploy lifeguards to beaches and swimming pools across the City this upcoming school holiday.The City will also appoint...

Randy Crawford’s SA tour cancelled

Big Concerts has announced the cancellation of the practically sold out “Farewell South Africa, with love Randy Crawford” tour due to the singer's health.Big...

High praise from public on dagga ruling

Dagga or marijuana is now legal for private use in South Africa, following a ruling by the Constitutional Court on Tuesday September 18.The historic ruling...

Stats reflect leadership void

The almost year-long absence of Mitchell’s Plain station commander Brigadier Cass Goolam has landed the police station among the country’s top-30 for violent crime,...

Farm boy breaks the wine mould

Beyond the taste, smell and look of a wine is the story it tells when sipping it says a Tafelsig wine expert.Wine advisor Denzel...

Woman battles City on sky-high water bill

Amanda Collins, 52, from Montrose Park has to agree to have a prepaid meter installed before the City will restore her water supply. Ms...

Shekinah Church honours pioneers

Shekinah Full Gospel Church celebrates its 40th anniversary this week, honouring those who’ve pioneered, planted, and played an important role in the history of...

Read of the Week

Being LilyQarnita Loxton Kwela Review: Lauren O’Connor-May Being Lily is the follow-up to lawyer-author Qarnita Loxton’s debut novel, Being Kari. I have not read Being Kari, but...

Pakkies premiere

More than 100 people from Mitchell’s Plain attended the premiere of Ellen, The Ellen Pakkies Story, at Ster Kinekor at the Liberty Promenade on...