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Youth make a difference

Wondering what to do for Mandela Day today? Well, you don’t have to have much to make a difference, just ingenuity and determination -three...

In search of nothing but the truth

Plumstead resident Thomas Kent is a professional polygraph examiner and chairperson of the Cape Association of Polygraph Examiners.

Returned to sender

Karin Eriksson expresses her disappointment at the post office.

Thank you for your kindness

Beryl Miller thanks a couple that showed kindness to Themba Dlepu and his family.

Minister Creecy vows to focus on climate change

Delivering her department’s budget last week, Environment, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Barbara Creecy said the department needed to invest in essential research and development to create new business and skills.

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Poo finally stops flowing in service lane

Mayoral committee member for water and waste services, Xanthea Limberg, said the sewage emanates from a cracked pipe on private property in Jordaan Street.

UCT honours Denis Goldberg

During his imprisonment, Denis Goldberg obtained a degree in public administration (1969), a Bachelor of Arts (1975) and a degree in library science (1981).

Read of the Week

Breaking A Rainbow, Building A NationRekgotsofetse Chikane Picador Africa Review: Lindiwe Mlandu Much has been written about the #FeesMustFall protests which broke out at various universities when...

WATCH: ‘You should not stop dreaming’

Janine Parenzee says the Junior Rosa Choir, a project of the Cape Cultural Collective, wants to bring hope to the community.