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End of an era at Arcadia

An Observatory old-age home’s frail and elderly residents are to be relocated because the building is no longer safe for them to stay in. Arcadia...

Water saving tops Open Streets agenda

An Open Streets event will be held on Sunday February 25 between 9am and 2pm when 3km of the M4, which includes Main, Victoria...

Youth excited about skate park

Skaters are amped about breaking in a new skate park being built in Woodstock.The park is near Woodstock Town Hall Park, along Victoria road,...

Read of the Week

The CullTony Park Macmillan Review: Karen Watkins Africa’s wildlife has been pillaged for years, whether it’s elephants for their ivory, rhino for their horns or leopards...

Thank you, Groote Schuur

Kariema Davids, Wetton I would like to let the people of Cape Town know of my experience at Groote Schuur Hospital. I had a date...

Saving water is saving me money

So, the date for Day Zero, the day we may have to queue for water, keeps shifting and Capetonians are asking whether the goods...

On the watch

■ Ward 58 councillor Sharon Cottle has joined the Har-Lyn Neighbourhood Watch. After four patrols with different mentors, she qualified as a patroller and...

Man heads for Concourt over right to water

Everyone has the right to water. It is enshrined in our constitution, and for city dwellers it is set at 25 litres for each...

Woodstock hospital set to close

Two of Cape Town’s oldest community healthcare centres, the Woodstock and Robbie Nurock day hospitals will officially close tomorrow, Friday February 23 at noon,...

Minstrel magic

After year-long preparations, the finals of the annual minstrel competition took place on Saturday February 16 at Athlone and Vygieskraal stadiums, with some surprise results...