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A-ha coming to SA

The band will perform in Cape Town and Johannesburg in February 2020.

WATCH: Heideveld hosts basketball clinic

Heideveld Basketball Club says there are more success stories than there are social ills in the community. In a quest to promote sport for a fruitful future for their youth, the club is using basketball to help youngsters make better life choices. More than 300 residents made their way to the heart of Heideveld to participate in an open street basketball clinic hosted by the club at the Chain Foodland parking lot on Saturday.

Police taken to task

Angry residents vented about poor service delivery, lack of proactive policing, police arrogance and rude behaviour towards citizens

Read of the Week

Angela Makholwa tackles transactional relationships in The Blessed Girl.

Watch out for fake City official

They said the fake employees insisted that residents open the front door so that they could check plugs and wiring.

Vacant school building causing headaches

Many years ago the building housed Parkwood High School and the Al-Azhar Primary School was based there for 20 years, up until about two years ago, before moving to Mitchell’s Plain.

Tree planting

Parks and Recreation Department superintendent Danie van Jaarsveld says it is a good idea planting trees in June as the province receives a good rainfall during winter, compared to planting trees in September during Arbor week when there is less rainfall.

Soccer tournament

Boys and girls from Grade R to Grade 7, taking part and representing their class and grade, received a certificate and had a chance to take a photo with a European Champions League replica trophy.

Service shows crack in store’s customer care

Consumer lawyer Trudie Broekmann said that if any goods are defective, a consumer can return them within six months from the date on which they were delivered to the customer.

School’s ‘great leader’ takes a bow

Annelize Robson, acting principal and academic head, said it is an end of an era at Lavender Hill High.