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No schooling for now

3 months ago

The government has stopped public school learners from going to school amid soaring number of Covid-19 infections across the country. This comes after the department of education consulted with more than 60 education stakeholders including parents, teachers’ unions and civil

Curtain falls on last Rivonia trialist

3 months ago

The last surviving member of the notorious Rivonia Trial, Andrew Mlangeni has passed away. He was 95 years old. Mlangeni who lived in Dube, Soweto, had abdominal complaints. He was rushed to 1 Military Hospital in Thaba Tshwane, Pretoria, where

Minister Cele unleashes police on Covid-19 defaulters

4 months ago

Beware! You could be sentenced to six months in prison and a fine should law enforcement agents find you without a mask in public. That’s an assurance from the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Ronald Lamola. His statement follows

“People who drink alcohol in groups, let their guards down…” – Minister Dlamini-Zuma

4 months ago

Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has enunciated President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement to suspend alcohol with immediate effect in the country. This comes as the numbers of Covid-19 cases and deaths grow unabatedly. South Africa (on Level 3 lockdown) is among

People of the soil

6 months ago

Like the most, letsoku is one of the indigenous resources that many people overlook. To some it’s still as purposeful as it has ever been. For centuries, Africans relied on ochre or umchako, in isiZulu, for different reasons. This is

Ready for the unemployed relief grant

6 months ago

Some of the unemployed youngsters might lose out on the first payment of R350.00 of the social relief distress, amidst the Coronavirus lockdown scourge. They are still in the dark as to where and how to apply for the grant.

Bo “My friend” donate food parcels in Meadowlands

7 months ago

Foreign nationals who own spaza shops in Meadowland have donated food parcels to 200 struggling families of Ward 43 in Meadowlands Zone 1.  This positive gesture was facilitated through Ubuntu Botho Feeding Scheme. The scheme provides learners in the area

Moroka Swallows walk against gender-based violence

11 months ago

Moroka Swallows F.C players were at the receiving end of the hard talk from the club’s integrity committee chairperson, Tshepo Mokoena, at the Zoo Lake Sports Club grounds. This is where Mokoena’s non-profit organization, MADA, was hosting a 5km walk

Reigning Mr & Miss Little Soweto 2019

1 year ago

Thuto Ke Matla Day-care stole the show when it collected the most sought-after titles at this year’s Mr & Miss Little Soweto. Lerato Matlhoko (6) was crowned the queen and her principal Mpho Malope, and teacher Nhlanhla Simka, were voted

Protesters haunts motorists

1 year ago

A recent protest by disgruntled Doornkop residents shows how innocent motorists are abused everytime there are service delivery protests across Soweto. Enraged residents barricaded the streets with trash including rocks and burning tyres. Those who force their way through risked

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