Residents prepared different meals representing their culture for Heritage Month celebrations in Jumpas. What meal did you prepare?
Do artists receive sufficient support from the public?
EDITOR – In the article Residents Furious About Chopped Trees, councillor Jill Humphreys is quoted as saying: “I honestly believe that the number of accidents on the Gillooly’s interchange, which is the busiest in the country with so many splits, is undoubtedly due to confusion and being distracted by monstrous billboards.” I find her statement…
Both of us have noticed the camera flashing when we have stopped at the traffic light, it is obviously faulty.
The EXPRESS asked resident what they think should be done to prevent fires at informal settlements.
We asked residents why they think its important to celebrate Heritage Month.
We asked some of our readers if they think enough is done to shed some light on this highly taboo and stigmatised topic.
Find heritage around you
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We need to allow ourselves to be weak, cry, fail and make mistakes.
“Litter is human error and it can only be corrected by humans.”