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SANCO opens new offices!

SANCO opens new offices!

  This is the first SANCO office nationally and will provide existing and potential members with information to empower communities to be active participants in their own development. With the rapid growth in unemployment in the country, the creation of a permanent office in Braamfontein was the natural move to make SANCO more accessible to […]

The Arch is hospitalised!

The Arch is hospitalised!

Archbishop Tutu was hospitalised at a Cape Town hospital on Tuesday evening for a ‘persistent infection’. Bantu Holomisa said: “#EmeritusBishopTutu in hospital. Speedy recovery Arch.” He was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1997 and was hospitalised in 2013 for a persistent infection following a ‘minor elective’ surgery in 2011. The 83 year-old’s family remain hopeful […]

Engaging with Sowetans!

Engaging with Sowetans!

He’s accompanied at the back by MMC for Community Development in the City of Joburg Chris Vondo. Some of the residents believe MEC has a good knowledge about education and should be applauded for being hands-on when duty calls. “He’s in the forefront and at times I feel pity for him because it’s cold,” joked […]

Court battle looms between DTI, Ithuba and Gidane!

The dti said on Thursday that minister Rob Davies “has committed himself to fully implement the judgement handed down in the High Court in Pretoria today (Wednesday) in the review application which was launched by Gidani (Pty) Ltd in November 2014”. “The review aimed at setting aside the Minister’s decision to appoint Ithuba (Pty) Ltd […]

Bree Primary does it again!

Bree Primary does it again!

They beat the Free State champions, Nelson Mandela Primary School 2-0 in the final of the national playoffs in Reiger Park last Saturday to take the national title and, with it, earn the chance to represent the country at the Danone Nations Cup world finals in Morocco later in the year. “We are back where […]

Unsustainability and losses made PUTCO to pull plug!

Unsustainability and losses made PUTCO to pull plug!

The Public Utility Transport Corporation (PUTCO) has decided to stop operating and if, it all goes according to plan, the MEC for Transport in Gauteng could shed a light on the reasons of the decision. Tshwane, Ekurhuleni and Sedibeng municipalities will be affected. The department has however given the assurance that Autopax, a subsidiary of the […]

J-Something is cooking up the storm!

J-Something is cooking up the storm!

He will be joined by Kaya FM’s daily morning show host Bob Kgomotso Mabena. Thursday June25, 2015 Sp8ce- Unite 8, Straight centre-The Straight Rd, Pineslops. 18:00 – 20:00 R200pp includes Knorr Gift Bag For more information send requests to info@saculinaryclub.co.za

Wine contributed R35bn to SA economy in 2013!

Fine wine shows make a crucial contribution to the regional economy by driving excellence in the industry and raising the profile of local wines locally and internationally. That’s the view of Izak Odendaal, an investment strategist at Old Mutual Wealth. He believes that by encouraging dynamism, competition and rigour in wine making, fine wine shows […]

Ericsson signs a deal with Smile networks!

The first of its kind 4G/LTE managed services contract signed in Sub-Saharan Africa will enable Ericsson to provide a fully managed end-to-end service that includes network operations, performance, optimization, field support and maintenance for Smile’s LTE networks. Tom Allen, Group COO of Smile Communications said: “We regard Ericsson as more than a vendor, we are […]

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