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Identikidz project for the festive season

The tag system will be implemented at 15 beaches these holidays.

Residents urged to comment on proposal to expand parking tariffs

The closing date is at midnight on Friday December 13.

Intimate partner violence one of the most frequent trauma in SA

SASOP has highlighted the long-term effects of the trauma of gender-based and domestic violence on survivors’ mental health and ability to function.

Candles lit for victims of crime

Islamic Relief, Claremont SAPS and the Cape Town Interfaith Initiative held the candle-lighting ceremony at the Clareninch post office where Uyinene Mrwetyana was raped and murdered.

Benny at Baxter

Benny Bushwhacker ends his national tour with his one-man show at the Baxter Golden Arrow Studio.

Love boxes

The box includes small gifts and toiletries for women and children.

Cellphone customers call for help

MTN said when a subscriber signs a contract after the term has been reached, it will continue on a month-to-month basis until MTN receives a written notice for termination.

Christmas concert

Grant McLachlin has over 40 years experience as a pianist and composer and some of his work has featured in several feature films and documentaries.

Pupils support NPO

The 18 Grade 7 pupils purchased a total of 70 books.

Queen’s Park High turns 135 years old

The school opened in 1884 at the Scottish Presbyterian Church Hall. Neil MacKay was the first principal.