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Crime Stats: Plato calls on SAPS to shape up

All provinces have recorded increases in contact crimes in the last financial year, according to crime statistics.

Calls for post office to close

Harfield Village residents say post office has become a blight on the community following the murder of to Uyinene Mrwetyana.

SLA sides gear up for knockout stages

The rugby world was shocked by the sudden death of the 1995 Springbok Rugby World Cup wing and director of rugby at the University of the Western Cape, Chester Williams, last Friday.

Missa Solemnis

The University of Cape Town’s South African College of Music (SACM) orchestra and the Symphony Choir of Cape Town will be performing Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis on Tuesday October 15.

Guide dog dinner

All funds raised from the black-tie event will go to the training of working guide dogs.

Pupils protest for better police presence

Teacher Chelsyn Solomons said the ongoing violence against women and children saddened him to his core. He called on the pupils to raise awareness, whether it be among friends, peers or family.

The Spirit of Imam Haron Lives

Artist Kenny Alexander unveiled The Spirit of Imam Haron Lives, a tribute to the late anti-apartheid cleric.

UCT elects chancellor

Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe takes the reins from Graca Machel, who was first elected in 1999.

Membership drive

Pip-Ack Shellhole seeks to uphold the MOTHs principles of “true comradeship, mutual help and sound memory”.

Youth Arts Festival

Young people from various organisations prepared short plays on what freedom means 25 years into democracy.