Free college to open in community halls

A new community college, specifically for unemployed youth will open its doors in Mitchell’s Plain next month.The courses offered at the Mitchell’s Plain Community...

Picking up the pieces after tragedy

How does a woman carry on with her life after losing her husband and three children - all at once in a horrific car...

Read of the Week

IlluminationNthikeng Mohlele Pan Macmillan Review: Lindiwe Mlandu Most music geniuses live their lives as virtual recluses, who only have something to say when they are on stage...

A note of concern when buying cellphones

Errol Coetzee refused to accept that Vodacom gave him a new phone, and not a refurbished one, until they offered him a sweetener.“I am...

A note of concern when buying cellphones

Errol Coetzee refused to accept that Vodacom gave him a new phone, and not a refurbished one, until they offered him a sweetener.“I am...

Parties respond to results

Alan Winde, premier elect, DA The people of the Western Cape have placed their trust in the DA to govern this province with an outright...

Call for ideas to help mitigate energy crisis

The City of Cape Town is calling for innovative and smart ideas that will help to mitigate the current energy crisis; move the city...

Mom’s spoiled

A Mother’s Day event was held a day earlier, on Saturday May 11, at Shekinah Full Gospel Church, in Beacon Valley. The women were...

Food fair

St Timothy Catholic Church in Tafelsig held an international food fair on Wednesday May 1 to raise money for the church.

’Plain guides celebrate 30 years

The woman who founded the first girl guides company in Mitchell’s Plain more than 30 years ago says the weekly meetings kept the girls...