Morningstar housing needs not met

Morningstar residents say the City has failed to meet the housing needs of families in the area with the R34 million Morningstar Housing Development,...

Winning choirs

■ Curro Durbanville’s Junior Choir placed first in the V&A Waterfront’s Gift of the Voice competition on Friday November 10. Ten junior and senior...

Star-gazers

■ Bellville North Primary School pupils visited the Afrikaans Language Monument on Saturday November 11 to gaze at the stars. They toured the monument,...

Pink awareness

■ Fit Mom Club members donned their pink sweaters to raise awareness about cancer while working out at the Pampoenkraal Heritage Square in Durbanville....

Matrics urged to party responsibly

Several big parties are planned across the country for matrics celebrating the end of their exams, but this care-free time can also turn tragic. “Sadly,...

Mass animal sterilisation campaign in Klipheuwel

An animal welfare organisation is appealing for money to do a mass sterilisation of cats and dogs in Klipheuwel. Jenni Davies, of Fisantekraal Animal Welfare...

Manvember market

Rust-en-Vrede Gallery celebrated “Movember” with its first Manvember Market at The Spot on Saturday November 18. The market featured artisan goods, gourmet food, craft...

Customer unmoved by experience

While Jean-Michel Jaquet says he accepts that people make mistakes, it was still “awful dealing with Pickfords” who handled his move from Green Point...

BCPF ends year on high note

A business organisation and a neighbourhood watch will now work closely with the Bellville Community Police Forum (BCPF).Forum chairman Hennie Koekemoer officially inducted the...

City helps struggling family

City officials helped an Oakdale family clean up their property on Thursday November 9 as an act of goodwill. Several complaints have been logged...