Saturday 01 November 2014
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Seafarer’s ‘ship’ docks at old-age home


A seafarer for most of his life, he has sailed the world. He has lived, loved and has even broken a few hearts along the way, especially when the sea beckoned....

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Boundaries set against child abuse


“It is okay to tell.”

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Rondebosch crime in focus


The installation of Licence Plate Recognition (LPR) cameras in Rondebosch has contributed to the dramatic decrease in various crimes.

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Building battles in Sea Point


In a first for Sea Point, a Worcester Road building has officially been declared a problem....

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Community has their say on crime


Community Police Forums (CPFs) in the Claremont police cluster joined forces to stage an open public meeting to address various issues. ...

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EVENT By JOURNO
Cape Town Family History Society talk
Jim Hislop of the Vernacular Architecture Society of South Africa and administrator of the FaceBook group...
ENTERTAINMENT
Manenberg brothers in SA’s Got Talent final
It seems third time’s the charm for Manenberg brothers Christopher and Wayne Fredericks....
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Astronomy talk titled "Do black holes influence galaxy formation?"
The question about whether black holes have any effect on the formation of galaxies will be discussed at...
GALLERY
Community Fly at the Heideveld Sports field
30/10/2014: Cape Mental Health and the Kite Festival committee held a communty fly in Heideveld ahead of the...
NEWS
CCTV footage of Claremont club analysed after woman’s abduction, rape
The owner of the nightclub where a woman was last seen before she was abducted last week says the...
ENTERTAINMENT
Retreat singer takes Asia by storm
The South African music industry is a tough nut to crack....
NEWS
New facility for Miller’s Point
Plans for the development of a multi-agency law enforcement facility at Miller’s Point will soon...
GALLERY
Diwali Havan at the Samaj Centre in Gatesville
23/10/2014: Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille and the Consul General of India Puneet Kundal were amongst the...
NEWS
More ‘green’ jobs for those in need
The expansion of Westlake conservation depot will lead to further job opportunities. ...
EVENT By JOURNO
Bekendstelling van "Ewebeeld" deur Chanette Paul
Protea Boekwinkel Rondebosch, LAPA Uitgewers en SASNEV nooi u graag na die bekendstelling van Ewebeeld deur...
NEWS
Fire and rescue services geared up for summer
Fire and rescue services are gearing up for summer, when temperatures and strong winds promote the spread of...
GALLERY
Cape Inter-Provincial Figure Skating Championships 2014
17/10/2014: Action from the Ice Station at Grand West. Photos: Carina Roux
NEWS
'No doctors on duty' at day hospital
The provincial health department is looking into claims of patients arriving at the Hanover Park Community...
NEWS
Dirty ‘business’ as usual at hotspot
The drug trade is said to be booming at Town Centre despite the presence of a mobile police unit just a...
NEWS
Train delays of over an hour after cable theft
Trains delays of over an hour held up passengers commuting to Cape Town on Friday....
GALLERY
PSFA and M-Kem school feeding at HJ Kroneberg Primary school
22/10/2014: As part of their 50th anniversary M-Kem Pharmacy in Bellville are collecting funds for the...
NEWS
Patrollers nab copper thieves
Petty thieves and other criminals in Wynberg East are warned to steer clear of the area. ...
NEWS
Brakes put on trolley theft
Maitland police are tackling trolley theft....
NEWS
Vandals reduce council building to rubble
The costs of the recent violent protests in Hangberg and the subsequent vandalism of the housing office and...
GALLERY
The Color Run (TM) Cape Town 2014
Green Point came alive with colour on Saturday. Did our photographer spot you at the "happiest 5km on the...
NEWS
Suspected gangster killed in Westridge
A man was shot and killed in Harvester Way on Thursday....
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