Keep your lawn green and lush

OWN CORRESPONDENT With much of the country suffering the effects of drought, the City of Cape Town implemented Level 2 water restrictions at the...

Fraud case postponed

LAUREN O’CONNOR-MAY Former ward councillor Irma Jackson and her co-accused appeared briefly in the Mitchell’s Plain Magistrate’s court on Friday February 19. The case...

Excellent service

Marshall Nelson, Morgen’s VillageOn behalf of my 78-year-old grandpa, Fred Cloete, we just want to thank the Mitchell’s Plain Traffic Department for the speedy...

Drain cover replaced three years after fall

KAYLYNN PALMFourteen-year old Ryan Serra fell into a drain, injuring his ankle and arm in Assegaaibos Street, Tafelsig, in 2013. Only three years later...

Don’t sell yourself short, says star handcyclist

MZOXOLO BUDAZABeacon Valley’s Denzil Ventura hit jackpot in his first competitive Outeniqua Wheelchair Challenge, winning gold in the 21km senior male open quad race,...

Yellowwood art class needs your help

KAYLYNN PALM Eastridge resident Mark Jeneker, a man driven by passion and community spirit, was awared the prize for the best contribution to...

Playing in Open Streets

KAYLYNN PALM The organisers of Open Streets have confirmed that the event will take place in Mitchell’s Plain in April and will have its...

Peer education

* Beacon Hill High School peer educators showed off their dance and singing skills when they performed a rendition of Charlie Puth’s...

Independent gives racism the boot

SOYISO MALITI Independent Media, which publishes Plainsman and 14 other community newspapers as well as a number of daily and weekend titles, has launched...

’Plain councillor in hot water over meter project

KAYLYNN PALM Tafelsig ward councillor Sheval Arendse is being investigated for maladministration of the prepaid water meter project in Tafelsig. A daily newspaper reported...