OPINION: Paying tribute to fallen heroes

Columnist Phiri Cawe remembers those who've died during these uncertain times.

‘Joint’ for book-lovers launched

Ward 41 councillor Sharon Mimi Manata said their visit was a fitting tribute to the youth of 1976 who died fighting for a quality education.

Protest after shacks are demolished

The residents claim that the owner of the land they had been living on, had asked them to move because she wanted to build a creche there.

Taxi driver accused of raping passenger

Codeta official Vincent Mtati said they were disgusted to learn of the alleged rape and wanted all details so they could help the police.

Workers call for department to employ them

The National Union of Public Service and Allied Workers Union says community health care workers play a vital role in rendering primary health care services.

Overflowing sewage frustrates residents

A stream of stinking effluent runs through the homes of Siyangena.

No taxi fare increase for commuters

The industry has suffered a major loss of income during the national lockdown as they had been instructed that they could only transport 70 percent of their capacity.

Calling all play script writers

The Zabalaza team has come up with a new model for applications with the introduction of a Script Writing Programme.

Muso’s new track ‘inspired by love’

Phumza Dyalivane had a trip to Spain planned for April but due to Covid-19, she had to cancel.

Residents warned of scammers posing as City officials

Residents have been warned of scammers posing as City of Cape Town employees.