Wings parade

Ysterplaat Air Force Base held its Youth Development Programme Wings Parade on Saturday November 2.

HIV is crippling the economy

Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry president, Geoff Jacobs, believes that HIV treatment is a huge burden to the taxpayer.

Body of newborn found at City’s waste management facility

Jay-Jay van Rooyen said staff sorting garbage at the tip in Sandringham Road on Monday October 28 lifted a black bag and the body of a newborn baby - with its umbilical cord still attached - had tumbled out.

New council appointed to preserve heritage

Heritage Western Cape seeks to identify, protect and conserve the rich and diverse heritage resources of the Western Cape, including its landscapes, sites, artefacts, buildings and structures.

Northpine takes a trip down memory lane

Founder of the Northpine Community Improvement District, Lindsey Scherecka said he was proud to be a resident of Northpine.

Bloated bill leaves senior frustrated

Pensioner Andrew Rolf was shocked to receive a bloated electricity bill.

Rehab facility gives addicts a second chance

Mayco member for community services and health, Dr Zahid Badroodien, said the facility would help those struggling with addiction and those affected by it.

Ice hockey star skates to success

Ice hockey player Uzair Sadan has now been selected to represent the SA national under-20 side.

Read of the Week

Karen Watkins reviews Field Guide to Mushrooms & Other Fungi of South Africa.

It’s A Girl

The sequel to Marc Lottering’s Aunty Merle The Musical comes to the Baxter Theatre from Friday November 22 to February 1 next year.