Sunday 26 October 2014
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Gun owners group boycott Canal Walk over security


Canal Walk shopping centre has inflamed the fury of licensed firearm owners after increased security measures have prohibited them from carrying guns in the mall.

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MyCiTi plans to demolish homes anger residents


Tensions around the plans for a MyCiTi route through Wynberg and Plumstead have reached fever pitch as residents have rallied together to take the City of Cape Town to task. ...

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Rubbish days are numbered


Dumping and waste in Parkwood may soon be a thing of the past. ...

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A battle to stay alive


A 24-year battle for a healthy life may come to an end if a kidney transplant recipient is not put back on the donor waiting list.

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‘Untidy’ areas cause safety concerns


Residents of Ward 72 have raised concerns over overgrown vegetation in public spaces. ...

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Kirstenbosch Garden to get overhaul
A R70m revamp at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is to benefit both the staff and public....
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Family's plea for help
Two months after their Steenberg home was gutted by a fire, a family of seven is still looking to recover...
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Maitland pool redevelopment verdict pending
A proposal to redevelop the Maitland Swimming Pool is set to appear before Heritage Western Cape this week....
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Cape Inter-Provincial Figure Skating Championships 2014
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Glass half empty for liquor outlet
A liquor outlet may have to close its doors if an application for rezoning is denied....
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Upset as CPF elections postponed
Mitchell’s Plain Community Policing Forum (CPF) elections resulted in upset residents calling for the...
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Amputee reaches new frontiers
Doctors had given up hope that Shane Williams would survive the night, let alone walk again....
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PSFA and M-Kem school feeding at HJ Kroneberg Primary school
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Small pool, big plans
The next Chad le Clos could come from Mitchell’s Plain if a small business owner has her way....
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Walk for freedom
Women and children remain victims of abuse. This, a study has found, is irrespective of their HIV or Aids...
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Plans for first 'Plain special ratings area
Soon Rocklands, Westridge and Portlands residents could be pioneering a new system to combat crime....
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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...
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Exotic tree scheduled to be felled
An exotic tree at Kenilworth station is scheduled to be felled....
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Building up for battle
Woodstock residents are fed up with a four-year battle to get action taken against what they believe to be a...
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Parents to restore school's dignity
Efforts to spruce up the conditions at Pelican High School in Lotus River are underway as parents band...
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The Color Run (TM) Cape Town 2014 (2nd gallery)
Fun at the Color Run in Green Point. Photos: Carina Roux
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Little green fingers to get to work
Kenmere Primary is going green....
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French School’s doors are open
The French School of Cape Town has thrown open the doors to its new campus....
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Reach for a Dream Spa Day
Reach for a Dream and Mangwanani African Spa treated 40 Cape Town 'dreamers' and their parents to a spa day...
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Sea Point swimming pool reopens
The Sea Point swimming pool has reopended after extensive renovations....
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