Beach clean-up

Tinned food was collected for women’s shelter Huis Jabes during a Women’s Day beach clean-up.

Cost of unrest

Between July 11 and August 5, there were 91 incidents of protest action recorded by the City’s enforcement services.

Bikers against abuse

The event was also to commemorate Women’s Day and started at the Grand Parade.

Residents urged to comment on revised Parking Policy

The current Parking Policy was approved in 2014, and required a revision to provide for new services, and advances in technology.

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.

Workplace bullying and sick leave during Covid-19

The workplace has changed a lot in the last four months due to the coronavirus which has infected over 500 000 people in South Africa.

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.