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Reports of otter attacks

Inez Arendse, owner of the Pekinese, Sir George Nicholas, said it appeared to have been a co-ordinated attack.

Workplace bullying and sick leave during Covid-19

The workplace has changed a lot in the last four months due to the coronavirus which has infected over 500 000 people in South Africa.

Full moon rising

A full moon rising on Sunday night August 2 over Roman Rock Lighthouse.

Annual stats reveal increase in violent crimes

Fish Hoek, Simon’s Town and Ocean View have all reported increases in the sexual offences category.

Fish Hoek ‘flasher’ arrested for indecent exposure

The man, who cannot be named as he has yet to plead, was arrested on Thursday July 30 and appeared in the Simon’s Town Magistrate’s Court on Friday July 31.

Women put their hands to work during lockdown

Lockdown has destroyed livelihoods, overturned well-worn routines and left many feeling lonely, vulnerable and afraid, but the change it has brought has not been all bad. Four women spoke to KAREN KOTZE about some of the lessons they have found along the way.

Help Ocean View Community Centre with supplies

They need a microwave, a kettle, personal protective equipment, sanitiser, bleach, dish-washing liquid, money for electricity and rates.

New development proposed for remainder of Imhoff Farm

The main access point will be off Kommetjie Main Road at the Slangkop intersection.

Dad shares son’s story as beacon of hope

Xavier du Plessis launched his book Rado - Son van die vreemde hemel on his 60th birthday at the Ocean View High School, last month.

Beach fun

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