Bringing back the glory days

SHIFAAN RYKLIEF In February, the shot-stopper was announced the new club president at their annual general meeting, with Mark Bredeveld taking up the chairman’s...

Wordworks grows from strength to strength

For more than a decade, Wordworks has been helping children at government schools in the southern suburbs learn better and faster. The programme was...

Two arrests in Ottery in R17 000 tik heist

Police officers searching the Ottery flats on Thursday April 7 spotted two suspicious men, one of whom dropped a packet on the ground when...

The force was strong at Kon-Tiki

SHIFAAN RYKLIEF Wynberg-based First Wetton Scout Group was one of a number of troops who participated in the annual Kon-Tiki expedition in Zandvlei, at...

Sozo Youth Café to create opportunities

The Sozo Foundation, a non-profit organisation in Vrygrond, will take part in a project that will create even more opportunities for youngsters from the...

Sohco tenants take gripes to human settlements

ROSHAN ABRaHAMS The Steenvilla housing committee has taken their housing concerns to the MEC for Human Settlements, Bonginkosi Madikizela. Steenvilla is a Sohco housing complex...

Second annual Tour d’ Plain cycle event looks to get young...

OWN CORRESPONDENTThe Tour D Plain 2016 is an annual non-competitive community cycling tour running through Mitchell’s Plain and Khayelitsha, starting at the Lentegeur Psychiatric...

Read of the Week

The Sword And The PenAllister Sparks Jonathan Ball Review: Brian Joss The Sword and the Pen about the life and times of veteran journalist Allister Sparks who...

Protesters oppose PHA development

The Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) Food and Farming Campaign, under the leadership of Nazeer Sonday, has once again raised concerns about a rezoning application...

Little aid for granny as council house burns down

Living in an informal structure, even on someone’s property, can have unintended consequences. Gadigha Takay of Primrose Park asked if I could do anything...