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AECI PLAYS THEIR PART AT GOZA PRIMARY SCHOOL

Soweto is South Africa’s most popular township, located in the southwest of Johannesburg, with a population of approximately 1,271,628 according to the...

SOUTH AFRICANS JOIN HANDS TO HELP UCT – YOU TOO CAN PLAY YOUR PART

South Africans came together to assist the University of Cape Town (UCT) as it battled wildfires that broke out early on Sunday morning, spreading...

Support Local Business During Lockdown

It is back to business for some as the nationwide lockdown gradually moves down a level with strict restrictions still in place. As the...

8 Incredible South African Innovations of 2019

South Africa is filled with innovative thinkers, all of whom are coming up with ways to change the world and create jobs for fellow...

10 Incredible ways to get involved with charities this Mandela Day to Play Your...

Here's how you can get involved with different charities this Mandela Day South Africa - The idea of Mandela Day (67 minutes) was inspired by...

Gift of the Givers appeals for Beaufort West water help

South African relief aid organisation the Gift of the Givers has appealed to all South Africans to help combat the drought in the Western...

Research and job creation focus at agro-processing gathering

A variety of speakers shared their experiences in the sector at a two-day Technology and Human Research for Industry (THRIP) agro-processing symposium. Some highlighted...

Ponte City – a beacon of hope in downtown Johannesburg

The unusual Ponte City that towers over Hillbrow has had a chequered history. Once home to the elite hip white city folk, it fell into disrepair. It became a vertical slum, notorious for its crime-infested corridors. But it has been given a new lease of life, and is an example of workable urban regeneration.

Gift of the Givers: 25 years of philanthropy: Emily Thomas

In a series of five articles, we share stories from Gift of the Givers volunteers in their own words as the organisation marks its...

The Cradle of Humankind

A handful of the world's great cities trace their heritage to early human settlements thousands of years back. Johannesburg's earliest residents were in the neighbourhood 3-million years ago.