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The festive season is around the corner and if you are planning a tranquil holiday in the bush, a scenic retreat in the mountains, or a blissful beach holiday at the coast, make sure your vehicle...

In the township of Orlando, Soweto, many learners go to school hungry. But this will soon to be a thing of the past for hundreds of children, with the launch of a new food project that provides...

Botha’s Hill teacher Lolo Mathe embodies the principle that hard work pays off.

The 54-year-old has turned what many would view as a hobby into a business. She started Lolo’s Creations in...

The South African Police Service (SAPS) in KwaZulu-Natal is urging locals and holiday makers to be extra cautious when swimming in pools, the ocean and dams.

This warning comes after a...

Nkululeko Sokweba believes that if he can make his dreams come true, so can you.

The 25-year old from Tembisa has fought all of the challenges in his life to become a qualified commercial...

Overspending during the festive season can put a major strain on your finances, especially once the January bills arrive.Getting caught up in the joy and giving that comes with the festive season often results in people heading off to financial
If you did not do well during your matric year, don’t despair, there is a second chance to obtaining your goals by rewriting matric. The Basic Education Department (DBE) has announced that as from January 2019, supplementary exams will no
A rural youngster is showing that they have what it takes to be a great jockey and events like the recently held Harry Gwala Summer Cup gives them a wonderful platform to compete against other rural riders. He is only 25, but Mzamo Plaza Mtshali
Register to voteThe Independent Electoral Commission is urging young South Africans to register to vote.Taking part in the elections is your chance to have a say in who is tasked with governing the country.The decisions taken by these elected
Through a combination of financial and non-financial support from government, Mngomezulu’s business is moving faster and becoming more profitable. For many, leaving a secure job to venture into the unknown world of business, is a scary
Back in 2016, Rori Mpete and Thoriso Thobejane realised that precious drinking water was literally being flushed down the toilet. Millions of litres of clean, potable water is wasted when people use it to flush their toilets. The two young men

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