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Toastmasters celebrate 50 years

The Table Bay Toastmasters Club is celebrating half a century of helping people to improve their public speaking, learn leadership skills and gain confidence,...

Comment on new draft policy

The national Department of Social Development has released their latest Child Care and Protection Draft Policy for public scrutiny and comment.However, with the deadline...

Matriculants’ hard work pays off

The top matriculants in the province were honoured by Premier Helen Zille at the annual National Senior Certificate awards at Leeuwenhof in Gardens last...

Doctor killed

A Rwandan doctor was found dead in his flat last week in what has been a busy few days for the Sea Point police.Spokesperson...

City not on point

Janine Myburgh, president of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry There is no justification for the drought charge the City council wants to introduce...

Budget blues after electrician job

Golda Lowenstein, 82, wants Budget Electrical to repay her the R1 000 she paid them to replace the thermostat in her geyser at her...

Day Zero looming

Day Zero would definitely have its impact on tourism but the industry is doing its best to avoid the taps running dry. This is the...

Matrics on cloud nine

The school achieved a 100% pass for the fourth year running. Ziev Kazansky was the top pupil, scoring a 91.1% aggregate. “I’m really...

Man, 60, dies while trying to rescue drowning girl

It has been a busy few weeks for the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) despite calls for the public to be safe around the...

Mountain deaths probed

The incident that led to the death of two climbers on Table Mountain on New Year’s Day is still under investigation, says SANParks.Guide Ian...