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Dagga pupils face music

Nine Strandfontein High School pupils face possible expulsion after a video that purportedly shows them smoking dagga at school went viral last month.The video...

Woodlands mothers unite

Woodlands mothers working together to keep children occupied and away from social ills.Mothers Who Care was started in 2011 to keep children off the...

Weed ruling defogged

Law students tried to clear the smoke around the recent Constitutional Court dagga ruling at a legal information session in Mitchell’s Plain last week....

Sunday schools come together

Parishes of the Mitchell’s Plain Anglican Archdeaconry held a combined Sunday school service at Christ the King Church in Rocklands on Sunday November 11...

Shumeez inspires with fashion show

A Lentegeur national multi-beauty pageant winner with Down syndrome (DS) has made the circle bigger by creating a platform for youth with disabilities...

Resilience and innovation are key

The mission of the Centre for Entrepreneurship (CFE)and Rapid Incubator that I lead is “to grow resilient, innovative youth enterprises”. Two words are key,...

Read of the Week

SalvationPeter F Hamilton Pan Macmillan Review: Lauren O’Connor-May Don’t judge a book by its first three chapters. That’s not quite how the saying goes, but in this...

Prints and florals get loud for summer

A good bargain is never hard to come by when you are browsing through the rails of Ilva Mackay’s vintage clothing brand A Good...

Pavement damaged as fibre installed

When Vumatel was installing fibre in Kenridge in March 2017 they notified residents that they would be digging trenches and promised that all damage...

Open day

Grandmother Tilly van Rooi enjoyed the open day held at Westville Primary School, in Westridge, on Wednesday November 7. Pupils’ work was on display...