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Dam levels decrease slightly

Dam levels have declined slightly for a second week in a row.They have gone down by 0.4% to 75.6 % of storage capacity. This...

MyCiTi strike enters second week

The strike by some MyCiTi Bus Service workers has entered a second week.Workers including drivers, cashiers and marshals embarked on a wild cat strike...

Designated fireworks sites announced

The City of Cape Town has designated 11 public open spaces for the discharge of fireworks on Guy Fawkes, Diwali as well as for...

City turns to courts over MyCiTi bus strike

The City of Cape Town has accused the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) of being behind the wildcat strike by some of the MyCiTi Bus...

Win for MCA

“Our public open spaces are precious. They should not be sold off to the highest bidder. Any development should fully respect the area’s heritage...

Readathon

Sea Point Primary School held its annual readathon last month, with the theme being Dr Seuss. Each class chose a book, decorated their classroom...

Mullers rewarded for their efforts

The Shine Centre, an organisation which provides literacy support to primary school pupils, handed over a gift to Mullers Optometrists to thank them for...

MJC condemns attack at kramat

The Muslim Judicial Council has condemned the attack on the caretaker of the Oudekraal Kramat, near Camps Bay.The man and his family were attacked...

CID honours its crime fighters

The Sea Point City Improvement District (CID) held its annual awards ceremony last week to recognise those working to make the area safer.The ceremony,...

Birthday boy buys balls for school

A 13-year-old aspiring Australian footballer, Sam Goldin, donated 40 soccer balls to Ellerton Primary School last Wednesday, October 17.The young lad used the money...