Fleeting memories of childhood

Last year, Social Development MEC Albert Fritz said there were 3 482 child-headed households in the province.“If we are to turn this tide,...

Automatic sprinklers waste water

Graham Pinnock, EdgemeadCould the council please explain why it is necessary to have the automatic sprinklers running on the field opposite our house every...

On the prowl for Easter eggs

Liz Houston, Table View Lions ClubMembers of...

NPO takes a stand against violence

SUMMER JACOBS“Violence against women and children is a disease growing at a fast pace,” says Basha Taylor, the founder of the non-profit organisation Women...

Millions down the drain due to theft

Staff ReporterThe theft of utilities infrastructure, including everything from wheelie bins to manhole covers, has cost the City more than R30m between July and...

Breakthrough for bodies corporate

The only approach to collecting arrear levies and utilities in sectional title schemes has been to follow the laborious debt collection process and wait...

Bike

* Drivers and commuters cannot fail to notice the metal white-bike memorial that has been erected on the lawns running along Milnerton Lagoon,...

39 Steps sweeps the boards at Milly’s awards

With a theme of Summer Lovin’, the recent Milnerton Players Milly’s Awards were a bright and summery occasion celebrating the productions of 2015. Music...

TVRA boss plans to run for office

ATHINA MAYThe Table View Ratepayers’ Association (TVRA) has tackled Sub-council 1 on various issues, ranging from informal trading to fireworks, and now its chairman...

Kitesurfing record smashed

Athina MayBloubergstrand may be known for its scenic Table Mountain backdrop and perfect waves for surfing, but now it will also be known as...