Motor insurance claims keep ombud busy

During the year under review, motor vehicle insurance complaints made up 48% of finalised cases, followed by homeowner’s insurance at 21%.

Promoting education to raise responsible citizens

Ntombomzi Ngesi applauded the organisation for honouring women, but said when it came to skills and development of women, there was a problem.

Pupils are among the best in maths

Principal Isaac Sijula said this was not the first time that their pupils had been recognised at the academic camp, which, he said, illustrated that the school was heading in the right direction.

Isilimela High excited to receive computer lab

The school believes that libraries and computer labs play a critical role in making teaching and learning conducive for pupils.

City dam levels reach 81,7%

Collective water consumption for the past week of 12 to 18 August 2019 has decreased by 105 million litres per day from 608 to 503 million litres per day.

Runners encouraged to go green

Exercise Scientist Kathleen Mc Quaide writes about the upcoming Khayelitsha 10km run and 5km fun run/walk.

House catches fire

The cause of the fire which broke out in Samora Machel is still unknown.

Township venture accelerator programme launched

The programme is free to small business owners, who are 18 years and above, who want to grow their businesses.

Residents voice frustration

The community of Driftsands alongside pupils at Mzamomtsha Primary School took to the streets in protest against overcrowding at the school.

Dance a catalyst for change, says Gugs artist

Igugu-lethu Arts and Leadership Project, hosted visitors from the United States of America, the Karlovsky and Company Dance, during a one- day dance exchange workshop at the Gugulethu indoor sports centre.