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Matrics mark milestone

Principal Shandre Otto said their Bachelor’s pass was the highest it had ever been at 64%. The top pupil was Chastidy Samson with three...

Sand art

Taking their lead from Plumstead artist Andrew van der Merwe, about 20 people spent New Year's day making a massive sand sculpture if a...

Well done

Elizabeth Murray, Constantia A thousand brownie points to Constanita Virgin active gym (and I hope all other Virgin active gyms) for using a bucket system...

Have your say on drought levy

PICTURE: BONGANI SHILUBANEThe last day to have your say is Monday January 15. If approved by Treasury, the drought charge could be on your...

Fight the charges

Rodney Manicom, Tokai I would urge all ratepayers to support the challenge by the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) to the drought charge, which punishes...

Perceptions

The neurotic builds castles in the sky. The psychopath lives in them and the psychiatrist collect the rent. fionachisholm@iafrica.com

Water concern

Michael Dreyer, Plumstead, I am increasingly concerned about how our groundwater will be recharged given the extent of hard surfaces. The proposed surcharge based on property...

Looking back on 2017

One year ago to the day, Central Primary, in Diep River, hit headlines as a school that should be noisy with squeals and chatter...

Xchange focuses on inequality, poverty

Ensuring that a community has access to basic needs such as, water, education, healthcare, accommodation, food and safety is what the Xchange Connexion aims...

Life is sweet again for prize winner

Nadia Niewoudt said that her brother, 33, a Type 1 diabetic, entered a competition run by Roche Diagnostics in 2005 where he won a...