Saturday 19 April 2014
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Investing in little ones' futures


Three newly upgraded educare centres have been unveiled in Greater Philippi as part of an ongoing Early Childhood Development project. ...

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Bullying gets a curve ball


Pupils from Hillwood Primary School in Lavender Hill made a public pledge not to bully at school and in society. ...

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Open plot fertile for crime


Constitution Road is the scene for twisted irony....

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No green light for problem intersection


A request for robots at a busy intersection on Strandfontein Road is yet to be responded to....

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National park swells border


More than 30ha of Glencairn land has been incorporated into Table Mountain National Park (TMNP). ...

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NEWS
Containing a whole new world for the poor
A celebration of colour and texture is being channelled into an educational space for underprivileged...
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Living to grace the stage
Behind the visual impact of ballroom gowns and grace displayed on the dance floor much hard work goes into...
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Frustration mounts for disabled
Disabled people continue to be sidelined....
GALLERY
SuperDrift series in action
People's Post intern Chevon Booysen prepares for the ride of her life in a Nissan 350z kitted with a Lexus 4F...
NEWS
Taxi plan: the road forward
A conceptual plan for a new taxi rank in Masiphumelele is being drawn up. ...
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New charter for tour guides
A charter to regulate tour operators in Bo-Kaap is being drawn up to suplement industry norms....
NEWS
Effort equals the rewards
Crime in the Diep River police precinct is down by 23%. ...
GALLERY
67 blankets for Mandela Day
Knit-wits and Happy Hookers unite. The Cape Town members of 67 blankets for Mandela Day visited Robben Eiland...
NEWS
Politicians join hands to clean up Manenberg
The Manenberg Action Campaign (Mac) has called on politicians to join hands in the fight against gang...
NEWS
No plans for housing in Swartklip Road
Tafelsig land which backyard dwellers have threatened to occupy is not envisaged for housing....
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Pedal power to help green city
Saving the planet, one bicycle and artwork at a time....
GALLERY
Older persons games
09/04/2014: Participants from 185 senior clubs competed in the Older Persons Games held at the Bellvile...
NEWS
Heritage buildings fall into decay
A strip of Salt River heritage buildings are falling into disrepair and are bringing down the prices of...
NEWS
Dirty business in Lincoln Estate
Lincoln Estate small business owners are considering to dig deep into their already shallow pockets to rid...
NEWS
Police hunt for 'Plain parolees
A total of 138 parolees living in Mitchell’s Plain have violated their parole conditions, police...
GALLERY
Talking business over breakfast
People’s Post recently hosted a complimentary breakfast  presentation to advertisers with business...
NEWS
Investigation into councillor, resident showdown
The City of Cape Town is investigating the circumstances which led to a showdown between Wynberg resident...
NEWS
More than 90 raids at ‘drug den’
An alleged drug house in Grassy Park has residents fearing for their lives. The house, located on the corners...
NEWS
Maggots infest Town Centre
Maggots, every bit as ugly as they sound, have been crawling out of a vacant kiosk at the Town Centre....
GALLERY
DuoTone gallery opening
The DuoTone Gallery, a photographic exhibition that forms part of this year’s Cape Town International...
NEWS
Bleak picture painted about prison system
Does everyone who commits a crime belong in prison? ...
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