Habitual rivals clash once more

Last year’s Premier Cup finalists, JL Zwane, and eventual winners, Cape District’s Glendene United seem to be making a habit of facing off in...

Employees swop work for a day at school

In 1976 high school pupils who were involved in what became known as the Soweto Uprising made their mark as they stood together against...

Cable theft ‘epidemic’

Cable theft in Retreat is at an all-time high and the City of Cape Town is urging the community to help stop the scourge...

Build a world with kindness and compassion

I just went over your article and I don’t even know where to start (“Children need boundaries to grow”, May 4). I am a...

40-year wait for school hall finally ends

Hillwood Primary School, in Lavender Hill, proudly opened the doors to their new school hall on Saturday June 11. The school had waited for 40...

Workshop highlights safety plan

ROSHAN ABRAHAMS The Department of Community Safety held a two-day workshop for the Mitchell’s Plain Police Cluster to share their safety plan and highlight...

Unfairly fined for checking electricity box

Farzanah Khan of Mountview was fined R5 239 by the City of Cape Town after she allegedly tampered with her prepaid electricity box, and...

The greatest lesson is self-belief

Fuad EsackWestern Cape boxing referee Eddie Marshall, 62, joined millions around the world in celebrating the life and mourning the death of the...

Steenvilla issues

John H Kolbie, SteenvillaI am writing to you regarding your article “Steenvilla tenants vote Sohco ‘inadequate’”, Southern Mail, May 18. As a tenant of Steenvilla...

Sid G Rule ace top awards

LILLIAN AMOS Sid G Rule Primary School in Grassy Park performed exceptionally well in the Western Cape Education Department’s 2015 systematic tests. The school...