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Dam levels decrease slightly

Dam levels have declined slightly for a second week in a row.They have gone down by 0.4% to 75.6 % of storage capacity. This...

Designated fireworks sites announced

The City of Cape Town has designated 11 public open spaces for the discharge of fireworks on Guy Fawkes, Diwali as well as for...

The homeless get five-star treatment

The far south’s homeless were treated to a day of dignity on Friday last week. Revamp The Valley; Social Work Connect, a community-based social work...

Shift your attitude meter to greatness

On Friday September 14, I attended a pitching session held at PetroSA, called “Pitch and Perfect”. Twenty or so different entrepreneurs pitched their business...

Public-speaking programme

The staff and parents of St James Primary School in Kalk Bay recently took part in an eight - week public-speaking programme. They...

Penguin festival

■ Simon’s Town’s annual Penguin Festival will kick off this year with a short waddle to freedom by rehabilitated African penguins. The 16th festival...

Pedestrian crossing shame

Brian Pittman, Fish Hoek At the outset, may I congratulate the False Bay Echo on 65 years of reporting and, to boot, a most enjoyable...

New home for slain cyclist’s ghost bike

A ghost bike placed in memory of slain cyclist Ian McPherson during a memorial ride for him in May has been recovered after it...

Muizenberg Festival

The fifth annual Muizenberg Festival culminated in the congenial Concert in the Park on Sunday October 14. The concert had an enthusiastic crowd who...

Kite fest blows into town

Meet an aerial “big five” when Nemo, Squid, Octopus, Red Teddy and Bertie the Worm take to the skies at the 24th Cape Town...