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Seaboard crime still quite low

The South African Police Service released the annual crime stats on Thursday September 12. They showed the country had 21 022 murders for the 2018/2019 financial year, 686 more than the previous year - an increase of 3.4%.

War on our women and children

Accelerate Cape Town's Ryan Ravens adds his voice to the condemnation of violence against women and children.

Read of the Week

Marsha Leitch enjoyed reading The Love Letter by international best-selling author, Lucinda Riley.

Orchestra

UCT’s South African College of Music orchestra and the Symphony Choir of Cape Town will be performing Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis on Tuesday October 15.

Concert

The Reddam House Atlantic Seaboard early learning school in Green Point held its annual concert, Ocean Commotion.

Oldest Lion member turns 100

Harry Myers has served at the club for more than 60 years and is also a past president of the club as well as a Leo adviser.

Raising recyclingawareness

Michelle Hayward is a 2019 Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa finalist and she visited Reddam House Atlantic Seaboard on Friday September 6 to teach pupils about the importance of recycling.

City pools open for school holidays

Water tankers will transport water obtained from identified non-potable water sources to the open pools.

Crime Stats: Plato calls on SAPS to shape up

All provinces have recorded increases in contact crimes in the last financial year, according to crime statistics.

Adidas Runners

Hundreds of runners dressed in black ran 5km and 10km routes along the Sea Point Promenade on Saturday September 7 to add their voice to the call for an end to violence against women and children.