Strohab heals holistically

Strohab, a stroke rehabilitation and support group, hosted their first fundraiser with a high tea at the Ottery Youth and Education Centre hall, on...

Rising food price a shock for church group’s soup kitchen

The rising cost of food has unintended consequences. For a group of churches, Presbyterian, Catholic, Dutch Reform and Baptist, who run soup kitchens every...

Remembering the Lux

Alistair izobell’s hit production Remembering the Lux is back by popular demand and returns to the Baxter Theatre from Thursday August 25 to Saturday...

Plantation Primary stalwart retires

After 40 years of serving as the secretary at Plantation Primary School, in Grassy Park, Fayruz Abrahams took an early retirement package and said...

Paedophile’s link to school

The suicide of a convicted sexual offender has put the spotlight on the National Register for Sex Offenders as the Mitchell’s Plain resident was...

Livewire flyhalf looking to ignite Plumstead comeback

Plumstead High School pupil, Jordan Ward, 18, from Ottery, will look to motivate his under-18 rugby team mates after his side lost 24-5...

Learning programme

A group of parents at Levana Primary School in Lavender Hill graduated from a six-week early learning programme hosted by Wordworks, an NPO that...

IEC ready for big day

The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) in the Western Cape says it is committed to run free and fair local government elections for the millions...

High schools in battle for honours

The South African Schools Football Association’s inter-regional tournament kicked off at the Solo Street sportsfields, in Steenberg, on Friday July 29. Sixteen under-19 boys’...

Green thumbs up for garden project

There’s an old saying: to plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow. Now an Ottery man is taking it one step further by...