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Covid-19 testing to be limited to high risk individuals

The City of Cape Town has shared some tips on how to treat mild Covid-19 cases at home.

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Since developing a smart short-wavelength ultraviolet-C (UVC) light system that disinfects surfaces, a UCT student has put together a team to help formally launch the...

Motor licencing, driver’s licence services set to reopen

Motor Licence Renewal and Driver’s Licencing Testing Centres are set to start operating fully from Tuesday June 9.

Small victory for Obs occupiers

The group known as Singabalapha was granted an urgent interim court order last Wednesday.

Walkathon raises funds for guide dogs

The Step Up for Guide-Dogs Walkathon took place from Monday May 11 to Monday May 18.

Delivering bread to needy

Youssef Kanouni buys 100 to 150 loaves a day for pensioners, the homeless, households left penniless by the lockdown.

Eid under lockdown

This year's Eid had to be different due to the national lockdown to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

City takes years to fell trouble tree

Zahid Badroodien, mayoral committee member for community services and health, confirmed that the tree was planted on council land in front of Mr Fruchtl’s property without the approval by the City.

Schools prepare for pupils’ return

Sans Souci Girls High School in Newlands has built a tunnel in which teachers, pupils and visitors will be sprayed with disinfectant before entering the school.

Temporary haven for the homeless

For the past month, St Peter’s Church in Mowbray has been running a “microsite” on its premises for 10 homeless people as a response to the national lockdown.