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Masana, DNG Energy partner to pilot a study for a cleaner fuel

Masana, DNG Energy partner to pilot a study for a cleaner fuel

The success of the pilot study will open up possibilities for a cleaner fuel to be available on a larger scale in South Africa to decarbonise the commercial and industrial industries. The pilot study will begin in the last quarter of 2021 with at least one of Masana Petroleum’s customers and run for up to six […]

SA Open opens up for Golf fans to flock to Sun City

SA Open opens up for Golf fans to flock to Sun City

The Open is one of the oldest in mzansi sporting calendar and prides itself on principles of prestige and ‘ubuntu’. It makes its return to the Gary Player Country Club from 2-5 December 2021. With the annual Nedbank Golf Challenge postponed indefinitely due to the pandemic, the bank has reaffirmed its sponsorship for the SA […]

‘Names in Uphill Letters’ a solo exhibition by a Sowetan lensman opens at Benoni Museum

‘Names in Uphill Letters’ a solo exhibition by a Sowetan lensman opens at Benoni Museum

The Soweto-born veteran photojournalist Mawela was referring to his much awaited solo photographic exhibition titled ‘Names in Uphill Letters’ that features a total of 108 ‘historiography of newsmakers who tread(ed) South Africa’s Soil’. It opens from September 24, (Heritage Day) the official launch at Benoni Museum. It will run until December and thereafter, it will […]

SIU hands preliminary report to Gauteng dpt of education- what’s next?

SIU hands preliminary report to Gauteng dpt of education- what’s next?

The department on Monday received a preliminary report from the SIU after its lengthy investigation into inflated costs for cleaning contaminated schools in the province. While Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi on Tuesday told eNCA that “heads will roll” within 23 hours, on Wednesday the department said that it had consulted lawyers about the report. […]

Gauteng Sport Awards are BACK!

Gauteng Sport Awards are BACK!

The awards were not hosted in 2020 due to the pandemic. GSA will be hosted October 31 at the venue yet to be confirmed. “We are opening up the nomination process to the people of Gauteng to identify the province’s top sporting top performing athletes which has lived up to our ambition as the ‘Home […]

Esri SA opens applications for students keen studying Geoinformation Science

Esri SA opens applications for students keen studying Geoinformation Science

Qualifying applicants must have matriculated in 2020 with a Mathematics grade of at least 90%, be self-motivated, curious, hardworking, have strong ethical values and problem-solving skills. The South African Geomatics Council accredited qualification on offer covers both theoretical and practical aspects of geo-information science and technology. Furthermore, during the 36-module course completed over two-years, students […]

Innovative SA host its first jazz Drive-In in honour of late opera star Sibongile Khumalo

Innovative SA host its first jazz Drive-In in honour of late opera star Sibongile Khumalo

Celebrated as jazz aficionados globally mzansi, is to experience new offering in the form of latest jazz Drive-In curated by T-Musicman. It also celebrates the birthday of the late opera singer Sibongile Khumalo. The three-day affair (first to be held in SA) goes live at Sandton City Rooftop from September 24, which is (Khumalo’s birthday) […]

WC Judge President Hlophe ‘fighting for his life’

WC Judge President Hlophe ‘fighting for his life’

The Judicial Service Commission in August decided by a majority that Hlophe was guilty of gross misconduct for a 2008 complaint by all the then justices of the Constitutional Court. The ConCourt justices complained that he had sought to influence the outcome of cases, then pending before their court, related to corruption charges against former […]

Matric exams to start October 27- dpt of education confirms

Matric exams to start October 27- dpt of education confirms

According to the department, the national senior certificate exams will start on October 27 and not November 1, the day South Africans head to the polls. “The papers, English (home language, first additional language and second additional language) paper 1, business studies paper 1, and the non-official languages paper 1, scheduled originally for November 1 […]