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Gertrude Haas

The Auntie Gertie Centenary celebration will be held at the Baxter.

Problems in the village

Harfield residents are looking for an amicable solution to address homelessness in the area, especially after a group of homeless people have been accused of using an outside wall as a public toilet

Hot ways to look cool this summer

Summertime has arrived and the “it” colour this season is yellow

Unpacking power problem

Janine Myburgh, President of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry Eskom’s problems will take many months or even years to fix and the...

Time capsule

Principal Michael Gates of Rustenburg Girls’ High School and some of the 2018 matrics watch as head girl Zahra Mohamed places the 2018 time...

Stolen copper cables recovered

Police arrested seven men and recovered half a ton of stolen copper cable in a joint operation in Woodstock last week. The men, all...

Register solar panels or face disconnections

The City of Cape Town is being too “heavy handed” with threats of steep fines and supply disconnections to get people to register their solar panels before February next year, says Janine Myburgh, president of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Read of the Week

Sleeper

Munch, munch, much – beetle makes meal out of pesky river...

A South American beetle has been enlisted to combat an invasive water weed choking the Liesbeek River

Maynardville Open Air Theatre Festival

The Maynardville Open Air Theatre Festival at Maynardville Park in Wynberg will take place from Thursday January 17 to Sunday March 10 next year....