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Cafda residents call on City to sell rental properties

An NGO believes the City of Cape Town is discriminating against the people of Cafda by dragging its feet with the process of selling...

Regular police patrols to nip Belper Road crime in the bud

Residents of Belper Road in Wynberg say they are at their wits’ end as they continue to be targeted by criminals. Since last week’s...

Difficult to gauge connection on cyberspace

I am very lonely and alone. I met someone in August and we have been chatting. Recently it was his birthday, and his ex-wife...

Residents asked to protect their park

Residents are being asked to take ownership of the Gemsbok park in Fourth Avenue, Lotus River, after wooden equipment was installed there three weeks...

Cops urge public not to interfere with their duties

Muizenberg police are appealing to the community to refrain from interfering with police duties and warned that anyone who does will be arrested and...

Gold medal for budding young artist

Zeekoevlei Primary School Grade 4 pupil, Victor Brown, 12, has been recognised for his artistic talent.Victor won a gold medal at the Provincial Visual...

Bin picking an asset

Bin pickers are often seen as a nuisance to residents but a recent study has found they can save municipalities a whopping R700 million...

Blockage causes floods

Residents of Overcome Heights informal settlement, in Lavender Hill, had to plead for weeks for a sewerage pipe in Rasta Street to be unblocked.The...

New beginnings

The Cape Flats Development Association (CAFDA) held their maiden event, a luncheon for about 30 seniors, at their new premises in Boundary Road, Schaapkraal,...

Progress at clinic site

The City of Cape Town last week demolished the remnants of the old Lotus River clinic in Klip Road.Currently, City Health awaits the appointment...