Woman nabbed for cultivating dagga

A tip-off led to the arrest of a 31-year-old woman in Brackenfell yesterday for allegedly cultivating dagga for personal use.She was arrested by members...

Rebuild confidence in economy

Janine Myburgh, president, Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomes the decision not to increase the price of...

Place of safety on the cards for homeless

A charity wants to build a homeless people’s shelter in Brackenfell.Mould Empower Serve (MES), a Christian-based non-profit, is trying to muster public support for...

Northern Sububs LFA down but not out

picture: buntu gotywaThe northern suburbs side were impressive during the game and were unlucky to not find that decisive goal that would have pulled...

Noisy dogs drive neighbours barking mad

People complaining about barking dogs should speak to their neighbours first before calling City law enforcement.This is according to Peter Lorens, law enforcement’s principal...

No mercy for Brackenfell RFC against UWC

picture: buntu gotywaBrackenfell welcomed Ububz at the back of a 24-19 loss against Union-Milnerton (Uni-Mil) a week ago. They went into the fixture looking...

Get your health grades up in 2018

Do you remember that feeling of anticipation as you waited to get your report card? The anxiety might have been related to cracking an...

Film festival premiers at V&A Waterfront

The Cape Town International Film Market and Festival will see 20 documentary films being screened from Wednesday October 10 until Friday October 19 at...

Rates rebates increase by R203 million

The total package for rates assistance has increased by R203 million to approximately R1.4 billion in the 2017/18 financial year.The City of Cape Town...

City to lower water restrictions

The City of Cape Town will lower water restrictions and tariffs to Level 5 from Monday October 1.This will bring tariff relief of between...