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Plans for Day Zero

Although Day Zero continues to be pushed back into what many hope will be our winter rainy season, questions are being asked about what...

Strand makes waves

■ Strand Surf Lifesaving Club lifeguards, pictured, competed at a surf lifesaving competition, at Clifton on Saturday February 10. The Strand junior squad...

Water for Hospice

■ Helderberg Hospice received a donation of bottled water for patients and staff from William Sykes and his team at TecMed Africa last week....

Strand-atlete presteer

■ Sowat 130 Hoërskool Strand atlete het Vrydag 2 Februarie aan die Norman Hauzer-atletiekbyeenkoms van Hoërskool Bellville deelgeneem, en derde geëindig in ’n ...

Shakers and movers

Masikhule, a Helderberg-based NPO that trains women in early childhood development (ECD), recently held its annual principal meeting. “This is a general information-sharing for...

Viva!

Len Walker, Somerset West Not since the 1995 Rugby World Cup has the nation come together and united as with the proceedings and events culminating...

Salespeople rule okay?

Bern Henriksen, Gordon’s Bay It’s a rarely acknowledged, but undeniable fact that salespeople pay everybody else’s wages - salespeople are the only people in any...

Is Anne Frank born again?

Martin Wigand, Somerset West Yesterday my wife and I watched the excellent, and very moving performance of Anne Frank’s Diary at the Playhouse in Somerset...

Resignation shambles

In all the euphoria and celebration over former president Jacob Zuma’s unexpected resignation, it escapes most people that it would have been much better...

Water pressure woes in the Helderberg

Ulrich Teutenberg, Somerset West On Tuesday January 23, at 4pm, the municipal water supply to the properties in Oxalis Street, Heldervue, Somerset West, ceased. If...