People's Post

Tour D’Plain shows off people and place

2015-05-06 09:30

Thousands of cyclists from the greater Cape Town area came together to participate in the inaugural Tour D’Plain Cycle Tour held on Freedom Day last week to raise awareness of bone diseases. The tour...

Note hotspots of homelessness

2015-05-06 09:30

Vagrancy and drugs topped the agenda at a recent Community Police Forum meeting held in the Diep River policing area. At the meeting Suzette Little, City member for social development and early...

Tunnel vision closed

2015-05-06 09:30

Thieves, prostitutes and drug users will have to find a new location for their activities as Wynberg tunnels are being fenced off. Located between Wittebome and Wynberg train stations, the tunnels...

‘Chip in’ to garden at station

2015-05-06 09:30

The Friends of Harfield Parks are set to get the railway lines in “shipshape” condition. The annual railway line clean-up will take place on Sunday 17 May at 08:30. A number of local businesses and...

Body found on farm

2015-05-06 09:30

Police are calling on witnesses to come forward after the discovery of a decomposing body on a farm in Philippi. Police were called to the farm on Tuesday last week, says spokesperson Lieutenant Lance...

Easy ride to city soon

2015-05-06 09:30

Plans to extend the MyCiTi bus routes will see the service rolled out to Maitland early next year. The route will connect Salt River to Century City and will be rolled out in two phases, says Brett...

Imizamo Yethu on the fence about new clinic

2015-05-06 09:30

There were mixed reactions at a public meeting in Imizamo Yethu last weekend when the proposed development of a new health clinic was discussed. Provincial health minister Dr Nomafrench Mbombo called...

Empty erf for sale on Robert Carr

2015-05-06 09:31

The proposed sale of an empty erf in Constantia received support from Protea subcouncil 20 in a meeting last week. The erf is situated on Robert Carr Avenue in Tokai and is zoned for single...

Top chef talks of extreme measures

2015-05-06 09:31

Celebrity chef, author and extreme athlete David Grier will be speaking about his “big issue” at the next Big Issue magazine business breakfast. Grier has just completed a trip to North Korea to get...

Streetlights better on, says City

2015-05-06 09:31

Streetlights have been kept alight in Beacon Valley as a deterrent following numerous cable thefts and vandalism in the area. People’s Post has been informed of streetlights kept on in Alpine Street...

Top chef talks extreme measures

2015-05-06 09:31

Celebrity chef, author and extreme athlete David Grier will be speaking about his “big issue” at the next Big Issue magazine business breakfast. Grier has just completed a trip to North Korea to get...

See ‘beyond the water tap’

2015-05-06 09:31

A website is set to provide useful information that may help residents, pupils, students, educators and visitors on water and sanitation. “The City of Cape Town’s water and sanitation department has...

Heartfelt thanks

2015-05-06 09:31

First and foremost, it is with great pleasure that I use your unselfish support in assisting people in the community as I know People’s Post is concerned about any individual or business where they...

 

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Cigarette robbers arrested

2015-05-06 09:30

Four suspects involved in a British American Tobacco van robbery were nabbed with cash and goods to the value of R160 000. The suspects held up the driver of the BAT van on Churchill Road in...

Robberies on street a nightmare

2015-05-06 09:30

Rondebosch police are concerned about the increase in street robberies the past week. They urge residents to report any suspicious cars or people. Warrant Officer Lyndon Sisam, spokesperson of the...

St Luke’s cares for patient and family

2015-05-06 09:30

St Luke’s Hospice celebrates Hospice Week in an effort to bring attention to its service to terminally ill patients and their families in the Cape Town area. Celebrations began on Sunday and ends...

No place for ‘pimps’

2015-05-06 09:30

A resident in Kenilworth believes that the presence of “prostitutes and pimps” will reduce the value of properties in the community. The resident spoke to People’s Post on condition of anonymity for...

Locals object to wellness centre

2015-05-06 09:30

The application for a hospital in the form of a wellness centre, along with medical consulting rooms, in Harfield Village received 50 objections. It relates to a property on the corner of Suffolk...

Cafe ‘takes a break’

2015-05-06 09:31

Much has changed since Sopallie Allie opened his shop in Walmer Estate in 1962. The Latvan Cafe has withstood a change of regimes, has seen families come and go from the suburb and has stayed put even...

Study can now also start in June

2015-05-06 09:31

UCT has announced it will offer a mid-year intake in its online advanced diploma. This has been made possible through its “Across Africa” partnership with leading online education company...

Volunteers thanked for help

2015-05-06 09:31

The Mitchell’s Plain Community Police Forum (CPF) has honoured the unsung heroes who offer up their time to keep their communities safe. At a night focused on the neighbourhood watch, street committee...

Study can now also start in June

2015-05-06 09:31

UCT has announced it will offer a mid-year intake in its online advanced diploma. This has been made possible through its “Across Africa” partnership with leading online education company...

It’s time to call in the president

2015-05-06 09:31

This past weekend our community was once again in mourning as we laid to rest four youngsters shot and killed in the prime of their youth. Over the past few months we have buried so many young...

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