September 30, 2016

#FeesMustFall: Today was important. Here’s why

From lecturers demonstrating how to carry out a peaceful protest to the security cluster saying that police are not getting enough credit for not using live ammunition, here are the five most interesting developments
September 30, 2016

Counting the cost of Robben Island’s boat woes

The heavy reliance on hiring private boats has been a financial burden to the Robben Island Museum, which has spent more than R44 million on rentals in the past financial year.
September 30, 2016

A haven of support for parents with ill children

For mothers whose children and newborns are receiving hospital treatment, the Ronald McDonald Family Room offers a haven of respite and hospitality while they are able to be close to their children.
September 29, 2016

‘Get rid of tender system, empower communities instead’

The ANC-led alliance in Mpumalanga wants government to do away with the tendering system – especially on RDP houses, school feeding schemes, catering and the supply of linen in health facilities.

September 25 2016

Love 2 Meet