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Vandalised club wants City to fix it

A football club says it wants the City of Cape Town to repair a Wallacedene soccer stadium that was vandalised after the City decided...

De Nova children’s details captured

The Pink Ladies and police officers fingerprinted children at a Kraaifontein primary school last week to compile profiles that will hopefully never be needed....

System makes every drop count

A Wallacedene high school is piloting an innovative device that has the potential to save both millions of litres of water and millions of...

Students get financial aid

The University of the Western Cape has raised more than R1.7 million for students needing financial aid. Students and staff called alumni across the country...

Register as an organ donor and save lives

It is crucial for Cape Town residents to register as organ donors as there is a vital need for these life-saving “gifts”.Samantha Nicholls, the...

New wheelchair for Buhlebenkosi

Plastic bread tags have been turned into a wheelchair for an eight-year-old disabled girl from Kraaifontein. Buhlebenkosi Mene was born with spina bifida, and getting...

SAPS prep for season

Kraaifontein police and armed response companies launched their festive season anti-crime strategy last Wednesday. They plan to be more visible over the holidays and...

Wetlands Trail

Intaka Island will host the fun-filled and colourful Wetlands Trail on Saturday December 2, from 2pm, and on Sunday December 3, from 9am to...

Kangaroo mom provides safety for infants in need

Three years ago, Barbara and Thinus Campher opened up their hearts and home to provide a safe place for babies and children. The couple, who...

Pensioner’s pipe dream becomes a reality

About 20 people offered to help Moya Croukamp of Bothasig when a sewer pipe on her property became blocked and later collapsed (“Pipe down...