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Subscription thugs make millions from our cellphones

Subscription thugs make millions from our cellphones

Beware of a fraudulent activity involving the taking of money from your mobile cellular account as thugs are more than ever prying on ordinary South Afrans.
New law will allow people to carry less than 100mg of Zol

New law will allow people to carry less than 100mg of...

A newly drafted law will allow people to use Zol in their homes but when in public you will only be allowed to carry up to 100mg.
Study finds South African majority believe in herbal fight against Covid-19

Study finds South African majority believe in herbal fight against Covid-19

A study conducted by market research firm Ask Afrika found that a majority of South Africans believe herbal medicine is the way to go in fighting Covid-19.
New group of young graduates wants their hands dirty in farming

New group of young graduates wants their hands dirty in farming 

A new group of young graduates have joined hands to get themselves dirty in transforming South Africa's farming industry.
Scholarly KZN work finds media unfairly mistreats Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma

Scholarly KZN work finds media unfairly mistreats Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma

Scholarly research conducted by a PhD student at UKZN has found that COGTA minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma is unfairly mistreated by SA's mainstream media.
Child-seat friendly sedans to choose from

Child-seat friendly sedans to choose from

It takes time, research, planning and a lot of patience to buy a car, it's even more challenging to shop for a family car that is safe and spacious... 
Scientists say children "unlikely" to die from Covid-19

Scientists say children “unlikely” to die from Covid-19

The South African Paediatric Association (SAPA) supports the government’s position that children should return to school. 

Black Motion and DJ Christos to rock eMalahleni this weekend

Are you wondering what you and your bae may get up to this Valentine’s weekend?
First group of welders program graduates

First group of welders program graduates

A programme launched last year to train people as welders in Mpumalanga has produced its first group of 20 graduates.
Govt plans to regulate gyms and fitness training centres, or close them down

Govt plans to regulate gyms and fitness training centres, or close...

A new body that will be established by sports minister Nathi Mthethwa will have the powers to regulate gyms and fitness centres.

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