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Male high school pupils in Gauteng have shown that they will fight Gender-Based Violence (GBV), in a moving videotaped pledge created by one of their teachers. 

Wayne Tewson, an art and...

Josephine Peta, the Senior Legal Officer at the Office of the Family Advocate, said that according to Section 18 of the Children’s Act, children are not the subjects of parental authority but...

Prospective students hoping to study through the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) have been urged to take advantage of the NSFAS 2020 application roadshows to apply for funding.

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Family-run co-operative Batlhako Temo Services has become a leading citrus producer in the North West.

The agricultural project was established in 2012 by members of a Brits family that...

Government farmer development programmes have enabled a farmer to not only develop her business, but to also upskill her 47 employees.

Owner of Matsino Farm, Thandi Mokoena (51), has made...

The construction industry has for a long time been perceived as the domain of men but thanks to pioneering women and organisations such as South African Women in Construction (SAWIC), this perception is being challenged. SAWIC is a non-profit
Aco-operative run by a group of young people in Mtubatuba in northern KwaZulu-Natal has the potential to create jobs for locals and to boost the community’s economy. Janitor Co-operative – which has eight members, most of whom are
Students hoping to get funding from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme for 2020 only have until 30 November to apply. The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has opened online applications for funding for the 2020 academic year
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has adopted Kiswahili as its fourth official language of communication, alongside English, Portuguese and French. The decision was announced during the SADC 39th Summit of Heads of State and
Farmer development programmes sponsored by government have enabled a farmer to not only develop her business, but to also upskill her 47 employees. Owner of Matsino Farm, Thandi Mokoena (51), has made the most of the 700 hectare farm she received
Women who drink alcohol while pregnant put their babies at serious risk of permanent birth defects. Drinking alcohol when pregnant carries a significant risk to the unborn baby because alcohol easily crosses the placental barrier, thus passing

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