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Muizenberg gets marked

The Muizenberg Historical Conversation Society's Glenn Babb says the first two have already been made.

Damaged signage replaced

Michael McSweeney said many divers had been diving in the “no-take” zones without even knowing they were, leading to complaints from the public.

Read of the Week

Lauren O’Connor-May reviews Elevation 3: The Fiery Spiral.

What you need to know about the upcoming elections.

With the May 8 national and provincial elections around the corner, the IEC has compiled the following information for registered voters who will be making their mark for their preferred political parties at 1 582 votings districts in the Western Cape on election day.

Thanks

John and Pam Huysteem, from Fish Hoek, give Eskom thumbs up.

Peter Storey on ministering amid the teargas

Peter Storey founded LifeLine SA and Gun Free SA and led the South African Council of Churches when it was a fierce opponent of the apartheid state.

Electoral commission launches reporting platform for digital disinformation

The digital platform is intended for complaints related only to social media and is not intended to replace existing channels and processes for investigating alleged breaches of the code of conduct.

Call for applicants for Impumelelo awards

Successful applicants will undergo a rigorous, independent evaluation and adjudication process before finalists are selected.

Supporting runners

Pupils came out to show support to principal, Vernon Erfort, who ran the Two Oceans half marathon on Saturday, and Dave Chamberlain, who ran the ultra marathon 50 times in 50 days to raise funds for BirdLife SA.

Speak out against animal abuse

Tears director Marilyn Hoole says animals do not have a voice so those who witnesse cruelty need to report it. And they could do so anonymously.