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Fine Free Week for children

The three most popular overdue books are Diere, David and Goliath and The Three Little Pigs.

Read of the Week

Karen Watkins reviews Yellowbone by Ekow Duker.

Plan for repairs

Marian Nieuwoudt, the City’s mayoral committee member for spatial planning and environment, said if all goes as planned, they hope to have the project completed by November 2021.

’Plain woman makes it to top 16

Krista Jonas' family loves and supports her achievements, especially her mom, Glenda Jonas, 56, who is her biggest fan.

Residents concerned about celltower plans

Eastridge resident Hadley Oliver says he is concerned about the health issues. He also says he is aware that the health concerns have not been proven yet.

Pupils encouraged to recycle

The pupils were empowered with information set to motivate them for the future, but also life skills and decision-making.

New growth for environmental NGO

Schools Environmental Education and Development hosted permaculture workshops, had a flourishing garden, mushroom rooms, a shop selling seedlings, compost and contributed to the school’s feeding scheme.

Klipfontein family starting over after losing everything fire

Claudine Rossouw, her husband, Andre and their daughter, Andrea, 16, have been living at a friend’s home and wearing donated clothing.

Hearsense turns deaf ear to client’s plea

Kelly Nathan, chair of the ethics and standards committee of the South African Association of Audiologists, said they could not intervene as Mr Feyer was not a member.

Emergency high school opened

Principal Faiq Salie said the school took in 200 pupils, in four Grade 8 classes and a Grade 9 class.