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Relief from restrictions

As Cape Town slowly recovers from the drought, Capetonians have welcomed the news that water restrictions and tariffs have been lowered from Level 5 to Level 3

Water crisis solution

Dale Kootwyk, Brooklyn Nearly 50 years ago, when I was much younger, I lived for a year in Luanda, Angola, which was then a...

Trolley patrol suspends services

The Table View trolley patrol has suspended their operations until further notice, citing lack of assistance from the community, retail shops and Law Enforcement

Time for sharing

Elizabeth Viljoen, Brooklyn Christmas is a time of giving, sharing and caring. Over the last few years I have put together a meal for the...

Rugby team reaches out

A 12-year-old boy from Kraaifontein was among a group of young rugby fans who had their dream to meet their rugby heroes realised last week

Richwood party

Richwood Neighbourhood Watch (RNW) hosted its annual Christmas party for children at Richwood community hall on Saturday December 8. Children were treated to gifts,...

Prank lands call centre agent in hot water

Sometimes a sense of humour can defuse a tense situation. However, Ailsa Smith of Rondebosch didn’t appreciate Marius August’s attempts to placate her when there was an electricity failure in her street

Parklands opera singer on his way to fame

A Parklands opera singer has grabbed the hearts of many and made it all the way to Dubai with his powerful voice

Man arrested for possession of tik

A man was arrested with 3kg of tik in Sunningdale last week with an estimated street value of R90 000

Kidrogen launches project

It is our responsibility to protect what belongs to us, it is our responsibility to protect our livelihood, and we shall protect it with all our might”