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High praise from public on dagga ruling

Dagga or marijuana is now legal for private use in South Africa, following a ruling by the Constitutional Court on Tuesday September 18.The historic ruling...

Untrussed tree tiff

Neighbours on Central Drive in Camps Bay are up in arms that City parks cut huge branches from an exotic cork tree in the...

Thousands take part in Muharram March

Thousands of people from across Cape Town gathered in Bo-Kaap to participate in the Muharram March on Sunday September 16, which marked the start...

South Africans under siege

Soraya Solomon, chief executive officer, National Institute for Crime Prevention and the Reintegration of Offenders (NICRO) The release of the crime statistics, which records an...

Seaboard crime mostly ‘opportunistic’

Sea Point police station’s spokesperson,Captain Elizabeth Munro, believes increased joint operations between South African Police Service, City entities, law enforcement, Metro police, traffic services...

Record highs

■ Dogon Group Properties have broken all their previous rental records for high-end holiday rentals in Cape Town with a staggering single rental of...

Read of the Week

Being LilyQarnita Loxton Kwela Review: Lauren O’Connor-May Being Lily is the follow-up to lawyer-author Qarnita Loxton’s debut novel, Being Kari. I have not read Being Kari, but...

Raising awareness around clubfoot

There is no doubt that motherhood changes one’s life and this has certainly been the case for Karen Moss, the founder of Oranjezicht-based organisation,...

Graça Machel receives world prize award

Former First Lady Graça Machel was awarded the 2018 World Prize for Integrated Development for her significant social justice achievements and tireless work on...

Elderly in desperate need of help

Heather Allen, Order of St Lazarus The Western Cape commandery of the Order of St Lazarus is asking you to help us help the ill,...