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Independent body seeks to address injustices within the legal profession so that all citizens are treated ethically 

Should you be a victim of corrupt lawyers or experience any other form...

Dr Ethel Zulu is a remarkable small farmer on the rise.

She uses her in-depth understanding of nutrition and years of experience to produce organic chickens and vegetables on her farm with...

A passion for clean and green energy solutions and lowered carbon emissions inspired Kealeboga Tshikovhi to start Lamo Fuel in her hometown of Kuruman in the Northern Cape.


When Tshepiso Monamodi could not find comfortable shoes for her baby, she decided to try and make a pair herself and five years later, her hand-made shoes can be found on the shelves of a major...

The Department of Public Service and Administration has issued a circular to all national and provincial departments giving notice that job applicants are no longer required to submit certified...

Guardians of orphaned children urged to seek extra funds through SASSA  Even in the best of times caring for an orphaned child who is eligible for a Child Support Grant as a relative can be costly. Now, relatives or guardians of orphaned
Nomalanga Sibinda (21) from Pudumong village, just outside Taung, North West, is a proud graduate who holds a Diploma of Agriculture in Irrigation from Taung College of Agriculture. Sibinda is one of nine students who were supported through a
Learners between Grade 8 and 12 should take advantage of the University of Pretoria’s (UP) free online learning content for maths, physical sciences, accounting, life sciences, natural sciences and English. The team behind UP’s free
Five years ago, #CodeLikeAGirl was launched to equip young girls with skills and bridge the gender disparity in technology in South Africa. Sponsored by Vodacom, the initiative encourages young girls to explore Science, Technology, Engineering,
Sibongile Raphagadi (41, not her real name*) has always struggled with her sexuality. Raphagadi says she knew as early as primary school that she was different. “When my classmates would be excited about speaking to boys or being asked
Young women who are not yet sure which career path they want to follow should consider the chemicals sector, which offers various career fields. This is according to the Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority (CHIETA), which

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