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Tenants paid to leave

Social-housing non-profit company Communicare has been offering money to its tenants across the city if they agree to move out of their homes.The letter...

Woman caught for drugs

Police arrested a woman for selling dagga and mandrax from her Site 5 house shop.Officers had been doing routine patrols in the township at...

We Love Maps

■ Curro Academy Sandown Grade 4s, Kaylee Ntabeni and Blessing Mushayi, work on their entries for the “We Love Maps” art competition being run...

Takkie Afternoon

■ The Edgemead Bowling Club enjoyed a game of lawn bowls for their “Takkie Afternoon”. Pictured is Paulina Evripiotis.

Sinenjongo answers Rotary challenge

Doing their bit for the environment, Sinenjongo High School pupils planted 32 spekboom trees on Friday May 25 as part of a Rotary campaign....

SA colours

■ Sunningdale Primary School pupil Keagan Harding won his SA colours for karate at the SA JKA Karate Champs at Ellis Park Indoor Arena...

Richard turns waste into art

Brooklyn artist Richard Mandongwe uses wire and things other people throw away to make art. Richard grew up in Harare, Zimbabwe. His father is a...

Residents urged to continue saving water

The City of Cape Town has warned residents to continue saving water and not to become lax with their efforts, despite the increase of...

Resident’s rent worry

A senior citizen living in a Communicare flat says she cannot afford a 9% rent hike.Antoinette Kemp, 73, will have to pay R1 690,...

Read of the Week

What’s for Lunch?Ann Christodoulou New Media Publishing Review: Karen Watkins Afrikaanse meisie Ann Christodoulou and her Cypriot-Greek businessman and winemaker husband, Nick, moved to Hout Bay in...