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Settlers principal tests positive for Covid-19

Shereen Gallie, the principal of The Settler’s High School, has tested positive for Covid-19. A letter on the school’s website by vice-principals Louisa Hall and...

CTICC transformed into a field hospital.

Goodwood Residents and Ratepayers’ Association chairperson Faizel Petersen has thanked the provincial head of health, Dr Keith Cloete, the department of health and the Western Cape Government...

Parow youth refuge feels impact of both Spanish Flu and Covid-19

Missionary Bernard Engel is the facility manager of a Parow Valley youth-care centre that was founded 101 years ago for children orphaned by the...

Global partnership boosts fight against cancer

The Sunflower Fund is working with an international non-profit organisation to expand the stem-cell-donor database

Questioning the state’s stance on who gets priority for Covid-19 care

In South Africa, people with disabilities have been discriminated against in all areas, including education, employment, as well as access to healthcare. In addition, many...

Books Beyond Words

The event is hosted by National Book Week, a joint initiative of the South African Book Development Council and the Department of Sports, Arts and Culture.

Animal-loving Durbanville couple to get hitched at home during lockdown

A Durbanville couple are not letting the lockdown stop them from getting hitched - they will marry in a private ceremony at their home...

Zip Zap holds three-show virtual screening

This is Zip Zap’s first virtual screening in a three-show series. The next shows will screen in July and August.

Kalkfontein fire kills family of four

Kalkfontein is in shock after a family of four, including two children, died in a wendy house fire in Elizabeth Street on Tuesday, June...

Wrecking ball to fall on ruined Goodwood houses

Heritage Western Cape has granted a demolition permit for houses at 68 and 70 Milton Road.