People with disabilities protest over lack of facilities on public transport

The organisation is demanding that disabled people and pensioners be transported to and from grant fund collection points.

Hospitality staff take to streets to protest

The police told the demonstrators to disperse, saying they didn’t have a right to protest then used water cannons and stun grenades on them.

Read of the Week

Lauren O’Connor-May reviews My mother, my madness by Colleen Higgs.

Women’s Art Festival moves online

The virtual festival will have a programme of dance and theatre performances, panel discussions and podcasts.

Consumer rights during a pandemic

If a consumer walks into a store and buys clothing items without trying them on, the store is under no legal obligation to accept the return of the clothing as long as the clothing or any other goods are not defective.

Remixed single shares message of hope

Mr Jaz says the song is meant to give hope to those who are struggling.


The J&A Sports Academy in Tafelsig fed more than 500 children and seniors on Mandela Day.

Food donation

Mualim Taariq Williams and his mother Widaahd Williams are feeding the less fortunate in their area.

Hospital needs help with Kangaroo Mother Care programme

The Tygerberg Hospital Children’s Trust is asking for toiletries for mothers who are part of the programme.

Frustration over unresolved street lights issue

Dawood Jacobs has logged several C3 notifications for broken street lights, overflowing sewers, potholes and poor workmanship.