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Students tackle human trafficking

A group of Cape Peninsula University of Technology students is helping to fight the scourge of human trafficking with an awareness drive in high...

Read of the Week

What’s for Lunch?Ann Christodoulou New Media Publishing Review: Karen Watkins Afrikaanse meisie Ann Christodoulou and her Cypriot-Greek businessman and winemaker husband, Nick, moved to Hout Bay in...

Rates not for profit

Kevin Jacoby, chief financial officer, City of Cape Town An amount of R9.4 billion has been budgeted for rates income in the City of Cape...

Performing arts

■ Curro Durbanville Grade 7 Lisa Bezuidenhoud participated in the South African Performing Arts Competition in Port Elizabeth last month, winning four gold...

People live on the breadline

Tommy Milakovic, Oakdale Watch Chairman The new budget draft is an improvement, but our concerns in Oakdale are that there are a lot of folk...

Museum

■ The V&A Waterfront will host Museum Night on Thursday June 28, from 5pm to 10pm. Museum Night aims to make the city’s cultural...

Karen Zoid

Afrikaans rocker Karen Zoid will perform at the Artscape on Wednesday June 20, at 8pm. “We are planning some surprises to show fans how...

Gold winner

■ Curro Durbanville Primary School siblings Elandri and SD Schmidt got gold at the Western Cape Biathle Championships held at Ruens Kollege in Bredasdorp...

Father’s Day concert

There will be a Father’s Day bash at Hillcrest Quarry, Durbanville, on Sunday June 17, from 2pm to 6pm, with Richard Pryor, pictured,...

Couple hopes to inspire others

An Oakdale couple, who were both born deaf, are proving you can be more than your disability. Wendy and Kurt Dirks have been chosen...