The word, journalism, is mistakenly associated with glamour and glitz. But a fact is that, journalists work diligently in the trenches to put newsmakers under the spotlight. When Lebo Thinane (34) was registered for the first time as a learner
Plastic containers that people throw away, Mme Amelia Nhlapo (50) of Lufhereng uses to feed her family. At least, twice a week she scavenges for the containers from dustbins that home owners put on the streets for collection by refuse collectors.
Sixty-seven years old Mme Mpoleleng Sebatla seldom sleep enough. Her life revolves around cow feet and sheep heads. Her business starts at seven o’clock in the evening until four o’clock in the morning. Her normal day starts at 05:30. She
Lawrence Dhlamini identified a gap in Soweto markets and exploited it. He is the only entrepreneur around who specializes in variety of animal skins. This is opposite to the local sector that is saturated with spaza-shops, vegetable stalls, hair salons