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Eye on a cleaner Southfield

There is a new force out in Southfield and they mean business.The newly-formed Southfield Eyes aims to mobilise neighbours, uplift the community and keep...

Getting to grips with slithery snakes

Glencairn resident Steve Meighan, who is a licensed snake catcher, has put together a list of the three most common venomous snakes in the...

Abakhulu

■ Indoni Dance Academy will stage Abakhulu - The Great Ones on Sunday June 3, at the Artscape theatre, at 3pm and 6.30pm. Choreographed...

‘We need to build trust’- Manuel

Former Finance Minister Trevor Manuel says Cyril Ramaphosa faces a tough job rebuilding the state after the “total disaster” of Jacob Zuma’s presidency.Mr Manuel...

Waterfront Theatre College pupils jet off to Moscow

The Waterfront Theatre College has once again been selected by the organising committee of Theatrical BRICS to take part in their 2018 festival in...

Thank you

John Robertson, principal, Westcott Primary School, Diep River We, the Westcott Primary School community, wish to thank everyone who sent messages of support and encouragement...

Plumstead resident hosts own ‘royal’ wedding

A Plumstead woman threw a right royal bash at her home on Saturday to celebrate the marriage of Prince Harry and American actress Meghan...

Most popular musicals started off rocky

Pieter Toerien’s production of The Sounds of Music, playing to packed houses at Artscape, has a surprising link with Bizet’s opera Carmen. Today each...

Children get arty with anti-pollution murals

A group of Grade 7 children and a renowned mural artist are making a bold conservation statement. Seven home-schooled boys and girls from New...

Chamber responds to strike, City budget

Janine Myburgh, president of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomes the City’s decision to drastically...