Milnerton in top 20 for ‘serious crime’

Police Minister Bheki Cele released the latest crime statistics last week.

Read of the Week

Kate Elizabeth Russell has written a controversial book about sexual grooming.

Women’s Arts Festival moves online

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

Housing plans welcomed

There have been land invasion riots in Joe Slovo and surrounds in recent months.

City’s nature reserves home to more animal life than you think

The cameras recorded 19 native species - 11 carnivores, seven herbivores and one omnivore and reflected almost half of the 39 species believed to have been present in these areas historically.

Cigarette dealers busted

Warrant Officer Mostert said that their members conducted a few undercover operations after receiving several complaints from residents about people illegally selling cigarettes.

Residents speak out against violent protests

Education MEC Debbie Schafer condemned the attacks on the schools, calling them “disgraceful acts of thuggery”.

Tobacco not taboo on Brooklyn streets

On Friday July 31, Tabletalk visited five shops in the area under the guise of shopping for cigarettes.

Mentoring young women

Mrs South Africa semi-finalists Chandre Goosen Joubert and Basha Tlhapane spent Saturday August 1 in Dunoon.

Food parcels

Siphekela iSizwe handed out food parcels at the Summer Greens community hall.