Thembisile Sambo has a new future nailed down, thanks to her love of carpentry.
The 36-year-old former maths teacher, who hails from Kanyamazane in Mpumalanga, has always loved wooden furniture and three years ago, switched chalk for chisel when
A Kung Fu development squad that excelled against 6 000 athletes from 32 countries has shown that sport can help overcome life’s obstacles.
A group of South African kung fu fighters showed the world what they are made of when they bagged an
Want a safer community? Neighbourhood watches take responsibility for their security by working closely with the police to prevent and combat crime.
Members of the public do not have to feel powerless in the face of crime. In South Africa,
The Sanitary Dignity Framework Programme will have a lasting impact on schools and local communities.
At the launch of the KwaZulu-Natal leg of the pilot programme, additional learners in need of support were added to the beneficiaries' list
Proper research and planning are essential when starting a business.
This is the advice of Marcia Ramatswana of the Small Enterprise Development Agency (Seda).
“Before starting a business, you must have an idea and test the viability of
If you have been contributing to the Unempolyment Insurane Fund (UIF), for a specified period, you are entitled to claim benefits if you lose your job, are unable to work due to illness or have to take maternity or adoption leave.