Power for shacks but not for houses

The connections provide those in the shacks with electricity but have left residents in the nearby formal houses with no power.

Programme to ensure food security

Phumlani Dlongwana said the programme was started this month and already 30 people have been given the basics to start their food gardens.

Social club comes to family’s aid

Brotherhood Social Club put a smile on Bulelwa Zembe’s face last Saturday.

OPINION: No one heeds our townships’ cry for help

Phiri Cawe writes about the living conditions in overcrowded low-lying areas across the city.

Solid Waste services suspended city-wide

The City says refuse collection backlog will be cleared soon and residents are urged to please not resort to illegal dumping.

Driver’s licence validity extended until end of January

The City of Cape Town has welcomed the additional driving license extensions.

‘Embrace your scars’

Reverend Anita Pamla serves as a pastor, is a motivational speaker, counsellor and a poet.

City condemns property destruction

Properties that are meant to serve communities have been damaged or vandalised during protests.

Children’s show on virtual stage

The 45-minute show includes a traditional score composed by Bongani Sotshononda and his United Nations of Africa band.

Helping hand for senior citizen in Crossroads

Nobongile Mkhohli said Goal and Striker supermarkets helped her rebuild her life.