Tree experts do not just “look” at a tree, they have means of testing the condition of the wood content.
A recent study has found that only one in four consumers anticipates receiving excellent service from most service providers and retailers.
A reader feels the municipality is skirting the issue of recent power outages in Glenwood.
The National Council of and for Persons with Disabilities states the broadcasting of the State of the Nation was meant to provide subtitles.
Failure to comply with processes highlighted in the Children’s Act is an offence.
Musgrave Centre management has responded, but has not taken into account the inconvenience of having a ticket validated.
Save Our Berea questions whether the need for military intervention is necessary.
The government should look into this and have a ruling whereby a member should not have to pay cash first and then claim from medical aid.
A dedicated search is on for Storm, a dog who went missing in October.
The expanded unemployment rate now sits at 28.4 per cent which is disproportionate to the national average of 1.6 per cent.
“Judging by the types of cars in the parkade and the well dressed shoppers in what is an upmarket centre surely R6 won’t make customers penniless?”