Legal Aid SA has revised its Means Test thresholds to accommodate more South Africans who require legal assistance but cannot afford.
Imaphumulo FM, a newly launched online radio station, is set to make a significant impact in KwaZulu-Natal’s north coast communities.
Job Betha, a beekeeper based in Brits, turned a difficult situation into a successful business with the launch of Honey Nectarous.
Local entrepreneurs urge South Africans to buy locally manufactured products for economic growth and nation-building
At the recent BRICS Employment Working Group (EWG) summit, member states pledged to prioritize the building of sustainable enterprises
Sexual grooming is a pervasive issue that affects children all over the world, and South Africa is no exception.
Dr Kgosientsho Ramokgopa, has expressed confidence in resolving the electricity crisis facing South Africa.
Tshepiso Motau, a final-year Industrial Design student at the University of Johannesburg, has won the Furniture Design Competition.
Umalusi has announced the launch of an online application system for the replacement of lost or damaged certificates.
Vodacom, a leading South African telecommunications company, has announced the opening of its 2024 Merit Bursary Programme.
Thabiso Begoor’s journey from alcohol abuse to becoming a hospitality entrepreneur is nothing short of inspiring.
The Youth Employment Service (YES) programme launched in South Africa in 2018 to address the issue of youth unemployment.
The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) has recently completed its first cohort of traffic trainees.
Lutendo Malambe, a qualified cosmetologist from Centurion, Gauteng, is the brains behind Luvha Designer Scents.
Halalisiwe Mncwango, the owner of Halalisa Restaurant and Shisanyama, is making a significant impact on the local economy by creating jobs.
South African designers are using their creativity to express their freedom as the country commemorates Freedom Month in April.
“Support Local Businesses: Buying Locally Manufactured Products Puts Food on Someone’s Table” says Minister Patel.
Kwata Primary School in Ga-Phala, Limpopo has recently undergone infrastructure upgrades to provide a better learning environment
Umalusi has awarded accreditation certificates to private education institutions that have met its rigorous accreditation standards.
The article highlights the inspiring story of Bonakalisile Ngquba, who found an escape from the trauma of rape through waste-picking.