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Anger over trains

Train service came under fire last week, when regional head of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA), Richard Walker, visited Nolungile train...

MPs praise centre for its role in society

When the Democratic Alliance shadow Minister of Social Development, Bridget Masango (MP), and the DA member of the National Council of Provinces on Social...

Women pour out their hearts at Famsa

In commemoration of Women’s Day, about 30 women from different professions, age groups and backgrounds met at the Khayelitsha offices of Families South Africa...

War of words over children’s park

When Apostle John Sawutana turned a plot of unused land in New Crossroads into a playground for children, he had hoped to create a...

Ubuhlobo ploughs back to the needy

As the nation celebrated Women’s Day last Thursday, August 9, an all-woman non-governmental organisation (NGO), the Ubuhlobo Women’s Society visited Cheshire Home, in Langa,...

Prayers against crime

As crime and substance abuse continue to increase in the Nyanga area, the Nyanga Community Police Forum (CPF) in partnership with Abathunywa, Greater Philippi...

Forced action after rail and train damages

Two people who have both lost sons to crime on Metrorail lines say they doubt an extra 100 guards to protect trains and passengers...

Curable diabetes takes centre stage

The University of the Western Cape (UWC) School of Public Health (SOPH) and its partners have sent out a stern warning about the dangers...

Community marks gogo’s milestone

Turning 100 years old is a most special occasion which is why the community of Nyanga East rallied together to celebrate the birthday of...

City council spends millions on enforcing by-laws

The City of Cape Town has budgeted an extra R2 million this year to help its law enforcement officers bring by-law breakers to justice.Law...