This is an excerpt taken from a arivetting book titled Marry Me Today, Leave Me Tomorrow written by Mpumalanga based author Godfrey Malibe.
The South African Paediatric Association (SAPA) supports the government’s position that children should return to school.
The lockdown has helped in saving lives and delaying the spread of the infection but there is no longer need for emergecy procurement... writes Oupa Pilane.
Over 15 000 farmers were accepted for a grant that would cost of R500 million from the Agricultural Disaster Fund which will bring much needed relief.
Public property is being vandalised and women are being raped while the country is undergoing hardships.
Nomvuyo Ketiso manages a team of 100 mostly male employees, cleaning coal mines, moving cables and helping to install new machinery...
The poison of former Premier DD Mabuza will infect the whole country, doing to South Africa what it did to Mpumalanga. MMUSI MAIMANE The DA wants...
25 years since SA became a democracy, yet the promise of that historic achievement has not yet been fully realised by the millions of people who live in poverty.
The Students Representatives Forum of Mshiniwami Artisan Academy is calling on all stakeholders to join hands and support the skills revolution initiatives.
Under this leadership, the ANCYL could not raise to claim its historical position of being the voice of the marginalised, writes the ANCYL member.