Koeberg puts youth on clear path

One hundred young people have been chosen to join an intensive training programme at Koeberg that will see them set on a career path...

Karate champion

Blouberg Ridge Primary School pupil Zakwan Khan has achieved his SA colours for karate at the SA JKA tournament in Johannesburg. He has also...

Jobs created as high school building goes up

A new Sinenjongo High School, valued at R47 million, is preparing to open its doors to pupils by next year. Last Thursday, Education MEC Debbie...

Jared revs up for Netherlands race

A Big Bay teenager’s need for speed has seen him taking the motor racing world by storm and he’s only getting started. Jared Schultz, 16,...

Heather Brenner retires… again

While most politicians are preparing for the municipal elections in August, Sub-council 1 chairwoman and Ward 107 councillor Heather Brenner is getting ready to...

Heads for numbers

For the past 12 years, Elkanah House has organised the provincial teams for two international maths competitions, the Po Leung Kuk Mathematics World Contest,...

Family pleased with sentencing of killer

The sister of slain Nothemba Ndondo, who was raped and murdered by Khangayi Sedumedi, is satisfied that her sibling’s killer will spend the rest...

Entries open for Baxter Dance Fest

Following the success of the Baxter Dance Festival last year, where almost 80 choreographers took part, the organisers are now calling for applications for...

Editorial comment

The 100 young people chosen to take part the Koeberg training programme to turn them into nuclear operators sang and danced last week, and...

Car crashes into clothing store

On Wednesday June 8, a Pick n Pay employee and a customer sustained minor injuries, after a light motor vehicle crashed into the clothing...