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Public encouraged to use libraries

The City of Cape Town’s libraries are available to everyone who is preparing for their final exams.Matric exams are already under way while other...

Dam levels decline slightly

Dam levels have declined slightly by 0,2% over the last week to 76% of storage capacity.The average water consumption for the past week increased...

10 CT beaches achieve Blue Flag status

Ten of the City’s beaches were given full Blue Flag status earlier today.Blue Flag is an international accreditation which is awarded to beaches that...

No reminders for licence renewals

Motor vehicle licence renewal notices for October have not been printed and posted by the Road Traffic Management Corporation.This will affect motorists whose discs...

Sand sculpture

Local sand sculpture artist Michael Myekwa made this lovely sand sculpture as a tribute to the False Bay Echo for our 65th birthday...

Mural celebrates wisdom of women

A mural celebrating women has found a home near Surfer’s Corner thanks to a collaboration between a Muizenberg graffiti artist Claire Homewood, or Care...

Muizenberg Festival

Above, centre and above right: As part of the Muizenberg Festival open air performances, St James resident Eloah Paes Ramatho and Plumstead resident Russell...

Long Table

The inaugural Long Table event was held in Palmer Road, Muizenberg, on Saturday night, October 6. Hosted by June Homan of Joon and Darryl...

Clean-up

■ The St James, Kalk Bay Baywatch Neighbourhood Watch had a beach clean-up on Sunday September 30. Watch secretary Everal Joseph said about 50...

Thirteen gardens open to public

Far south residents had a chance to visit 13 gardens in the picturesque village of Noordhoek, last week, for Open Gardens 2018.Gardening enthusiasts strolled...