City pools open for school holidays

Water tankers will transport water obtained from identified non-potable water sources to the open pools.

Plato reacts to latest crime statistics

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

Anger, grief over killings

Vigils, protests and marches to Parliament and in local communities have underlined the outpouring of anger and grief against the escalating violence levelled against women and children.

Read of the Week

Simonéh de Bruin-Fortuin describes Give Me Your Hand as a blistering psychological thriller not only about ambition, obsession and conscience but also about the often complex relationships women have with each other.

SA captain eyes rugby world cup

UWC prop, Babalwa Latsha, has come a long way from playing in the Vuka leagues.

Softballer living her dream

Nandipha Gxathwane got her national colours for the first time when she made the under-18 side that travelled to the USA in 2017 for the Softball World Cup.

CPF secretary walks away with excellence award

Philip Bam said in 2015, Nicole Jacobus was elected as secretary of the Grassy Park CPF and performed the co-ordinating function with great success.

Farewell Russell ‘the love muscle’

Steenberg resident and one of Cape Town’s iconic DJs, Russell “The Love Muscle” Connolly started his career three decades ago at the Copacabana, Thriller and Space Odyssey nightclubs.

Clean up

For more information about this cleaning campaign or if you want to join, contact Salwa Beukes on 083 343 7408.

Taking note

Ottery resident Keith Blake has some ideas that can be used to tackle gender-based violence.