Poo finally stops flowing in service lane

The City of Cape Town had numerous excuses: the leak was on private property but they would serve notice on the owner and a clerk logged the case to an incorrect department.

What’s On

Send your community notices to roshan.abrahams@inl.co.za

Free legal advice

Cases will be accepted based on a merit and means test screening. Satellite clinics at Retreat library.

Reconstructing the rainbow nation

Carin-Lee Masters writes about the multiple, diverse, and dynamic cultures, languages and heritages of South Africa.

Read of the Week

Rekgotsofetse Chikane writes about his experience during the Fees Must Fall protest in 2015 and 2016.

Women’s Humanity Arts Festival

There will be a programme of stage productions, workshops, films, exhibitions, discussions and talks that focus on issues relating to women.

Coats and colours that cut it for men

Mika Williams talks men's fashion with designer Denzil Pillay.

WATCH: ‘You should not stop dreaming’

Janine Parenzee says the Junior Rosa Choir, a project of the Cape Cultural Collective, wants to bring hope to the community.

Increase in residential fires

The statistics for June show a decrease in the number of informal settlement fires, but a 15% increase in formal residential fires.

Calls for comment on Gandhi statue donation

The public participation process will officially take place from Monday July 15 to Friday July 26.