Durbanville trio’s world view

Jamie PetersenImagine being able to open a window on a moment in time, viewing a crystal clear image of every face in the crowd...

Durbanville schools achieve top results

The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) has dished out 53 awards in 12 categories to schools for improvement and excellence in the department’s systemic...

City’s properties now valued at R1 trillion

TASNEEM HASSANThe City has completed its latest general valuation roll, which determines how much property owners will end up paying in rates, and those...

Bank takes eight months to make things happen

Jessica Meiring, of Rondebosch, lost all hope of recovering e1 249.93 (R16 000 at the time) from Nedbank which took its time...

A hero of a lensman

CARL COLLISON It was a somewhat heartbreaking discovery that led Frank Pople to seeing first-hand the dedication of the volunteers at the Animal Anti-Cruelty...

Voter registration now open to the public

STAFF REPORTERWith the 2016 local government elections scheduled to be held in mid-August as announced by President Jacob Zuma in his State of the...

Tygerberg Hospital promotes reading

Tygerberg Hospital celebrated World Read Aloud Day on Wednesday February 24 to raise awareness about the benefits of reading aloud to children. Medical staff...

Sweet celebration at Parow North

TASNEEM HASSAN Pupils, parents and teachers celebrated Parow North Primary School’s 50th anniversary last week. Principal Martin Gomes said the anniversary is a major...

Plan for Parow Arcade

TASNEEM HASSAN Informal traders in Parow have voiced support for the City’s informal trading plans for the Parow Arcade, and are hopeful they will...

More water pipe bursts in Tygerdal

TASNEEM HASSAN Tygerdal residents were yet again left without water due to more water pipe bursts last week. Northern News reported last week on...