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Saturday, January 20th, 2018

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  • Ah, so THAT’S why the water has a little odd taste!

    Ah, so THAT’S why the water has a little odd taste!

    WATER TASTE IN BRIEF: No need to be concerned – it’s safe to drink! Joburg Water has issued a statement explaining why some of our drinking water has had a Continue Reading »
  • News From Your Committee (and Crime Update)

    News From Your Committee (and Crime Update)

    COMMITTEE & CRIME NEWS IN BRIEF: Crime-free December; update on booms; house-breaking on Cassia Street; and city-wide clean up on Saturday! 1. The New Year has begun on a good Continue Reading »
  • Angels (Named Guy/ Greg) Walk Among Us

    Angels (Named Guy/ Greg) Walk Among Us

    Many of us will attest to the phenomenal MX40 community in which we live – one that is made even more unique by stories such as these. We were all Continue Reading »
  • We chat to: Raymond Miller (CSS Tactical Area Manager)

    We chat to: Raymond Miller (CSS Tactical Area Manager)

    IN BRIEF: Not only is Raymond Miller a Scottish/ South African completely committed to the safe-keeping of the communities under his care , but he is also a cycling and Continue Reading »
  • Our Pick of The Top 5 Local Events

    Our Pick of The Top 5 Local Events

    LOCAL EVENTS IN BRIEF: Picnics, pet-friendly events, live comedy, boards games and more this week! Click on the event name for details. BRYANSTON SINGLES DINNER EVENT (Saturday 20 January) – Join the Continue Reading »

Current Affairs

  • Eastern Cape Drought: Rapidly overtaking the Cape Town crisis

    Eastern Cape Drought: Rapidly overtaking the Cape Town crisis

    Cape Town has dominated headlines as the city most likely to run out of water due to the crippling drought in the Western Cape. But as officials in the Cape Town Mayor’s office scramble to work around a series of political scandals within the province’s ruling DA, the neighbouring Eastern Cape has been rolling headlong into disaster. And they don’t …

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