The Department of Higher Education and Training has appointed a Ministerial Task Team to advise on matters relating to sexual harassment and gender-based violence (GBV) in public universities in South Africa.
This follows an open letter written
Farmers can reap great rewards with the Ilima/Letsema and the Comprehensive Agricultural Support Programme (CASP).
The two programmes, run through the provincial agriculture and rural development departments,s offer small scale farmers support so
A crop farmer is taking advantage of government’s agricultural programmes to do his bit for food security and empower himself and his community.
The child of farm workers, Gil Wilson (35) has gone on to become a maize farmer with workers of
Youth Month is celebrated every year in June to pay homage to the brave spirit of South African youth who took to the streets on 16 June 1976 to fight against the use of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction in our
Oscar Buthulezi (28) has danced his way to choreographing award-winning international performances on stages around the world.
Raised by a single taxi driver father in Vosloorus in Gauteng, Buthelezi says among his community dance was not viewed
A South African musical looks at the costs to young people of trying to be what they are not.
This Youth Month, the South African State Theatre presents the musical QINA, which tells a story of a young student who gets swallowed by the city while