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Bullets fly after robbery

Masiphumelele community leader, Dumsani Nhlapo, witnessed the robbery and told how he had had to duck and dive bullets.

Milestone for Vlam in Bay victory

The platform for the Bay’s victory was a dominating pack; their front-row of Johnny Raphael, Van Vuuren and David Geffen put their opponents to the sword, the stocky Raphael a handful for his taller opponent.

Cats

Other breeds on show include Abyssinians, American Shorthair, Bengal, Birman, Burmese, Exotic, Norwegian Forest, Orientals, Ragdoll, Russians, Sphynx as well as the more well known breeds such as Persians, Siamese and Maine Coons.

Double bill for Women’s Month

The cast of six is made up of Zoleka Helesi, Daneel van der Walt, Apollo Ntshoko, Marty Kintu, Indalo Bennet and Sizwesandile Mnisi.

Read of the Week

Zephany Two mothers. One daughter tells the personal story of Zephany Nurse or Miché Solomon, the name which she was given after being stolen from her drowsy mother’s hospital bedside in 1997.

Name change gets support

The District 6 Working Committee submitted a proposal that the historical name of the current Keizersgracht be restored, in memory of District Six, to Hanover Street.

School news

Send your school pictures for publication to yolande.dupreez@inl.co.za

Flower

Indigenous and exotic plants will be on sale including annuals, perennials, shrubs, trees and herbs, as well as clivia, agapanthus, and bromeliads.

A painful sight

Muizenberg resident Marilyn Mills says it pains her to see so many pensioners living in squalor.

Scouting the world stage

Max Elsworth and Michael Uphill, along with the rest of the Western Cape contingent, returned to Cape Town earlier this month to a warm welcome from their families and the scouting community.