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Matrics soar in 2017

Debbie Schäfer was at Westerford High School last week as a mom first and Education MEC second.Her twin daughters had come to check their...

Man dies in Groote Schuur fire

A place of healing turned into a place of horror when a 63-year-old man died in a fire at Groote Schuur hospital on Sunday...

80 arrested in crackdown

Police have arrested more than 80 people during crime crackdown in Woodstock. The joint operation on Thursday January 4 involved law-enforcement agencies, im- provement...

Plotting Salt River’s history

To many, Salt River may simply be a suburb located close to the CBD, but to those whose roots are in the area, it’s...

Pensioner’s burden of debt lifted

Cheree Long turned to me in desperation after getting the brush-off from Lewis Stores and Woolworths. All the Bothasig woman wanted to do was...

Hooves, hats and hors d’oeuvres

Fashionistas came out in their droves to the 157th L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate on Friday and Saturday January 5 and 6 at Kenilworth Racecourse. Defending...

Grateful for good care

JP Chan, Vredehoek As a pensioner, I am so thankful and grateful for the care I received from Groote Schuur Hospital medical staff. It was...

‘Taking notes’ to improve Street Parade

An estimated 80000 people lined the streets of Cape Town for the annual Tweede Nuwe Jaar minstrel celebration last week. Organisers say while the...

Read of the Week

UnfatheredDisa Mogashana Self-published through Evera Publishing Review: Roshiela Moonsamy Unfathered is about Dr Disa Mogashana’s relationship with both her parents but mostly her father, and the book,...

Edith sets stage alight in musical

The essence of the phrase “I am woman” is central to the personality and character of Old Woodlands resident Edith Plaatjies who plays the...