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Careers fair

Careers fairA careers fair will be held today and tomorrow, Friday February 16 and Saturday February 17, at the Masibambane Community Centre in Khayelitsha,...

‘Dodgy’ grant debits

A fuming group of Khayelitsha mothers is accusing Net 1 Financial Services of continuously and illegally taking their social grant monies. The Site B...

Pupils urged to rewrite their matric

With the 2017 matric examinations a thing of the past, Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga, has urged those who did not achieve good results...

Appeal for parents to read aloud

In honour of World Read Aloud Day on Thursday February 1, Nal’ibali, the national reading-for-enjoyment campaign, held three events at Harare, Khulani and Khayelitsha...

City left to their own water devices

The severe water restrictions can have unintended consequences. Lindsey Gillson of Welcome Glen, Fish Hoek, said Day Zero had arrived for her much earlier...

Works to extract water from Monwabisi

As the dam levels continue to decline in the province, the City of Cape Town is working tirelessly to ensure that taps do not...

Taxis and buses in a scramble to transport stranded commuters

Commuting to work and back home has become no one’s favourite time of the day. Desperate to reach their destination, commuters are being forced...

Liquor traders give hope to pupils

Local liquor traders recently embarked on an upliftment campaign and visited disadvantaged local schools, engaged with teachers, parents, pupils and local civic organisations. One...

Legendary musician shares her knowledge with local youth

Legendary traditional musician Lantozi “Madosini” Mpahleni shared her wisdom and experience with aspiring musicians at Homba Primary School, in Khayelitsha, on Saturday February 3....

Schools do their bit to save water

As Cape Town continues to face the threat of its taps running dry,schools are finding ways to stop the water crisis menacing teaching. ID...