Daily Archives: May 2, 2019

Department of Women launches sanitary dignity programme in Umlazi, 3 May

Department of Women to launch sanitary dignity programme in KwaZulu-NatalThe Department of Women in partnership with the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government will host the Provincial Launch of the Sanitary Dignity Programme in Umlazi,

Department of Women launches sanitary dignity programme in Umlazi, 3 May

Department of Women to launch sanitary dignity programme in KwaZulu-NatalThe Department of Women in partnership with the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government will host the Provincial Launch of the Sanitary Dignity Programme in Umlazi,

Missing person sought by Umlazi SAPS

DURBAN- Umlazi SAPS is appealing to members of the community for assistance with regards to locating a missing person Siphelele Shange (23).He was last seen by his cousin on 3 April 2019

SOWETO CELEBRATES BANYANA BANYANA

Nike will be hosting the #BANYANAINNUMBERS event, an unforgettable experience to celebrate the incredible athletes who are changing the face of female football. The premise of the event is a call to

SOWETO CELEBRATES BANYANA BANYANA

Nike will be hosting the #BANYANAINNUMBERS event, an unforgettable experience to celebrate the incredible athletes who are changing the face of female football. The premise of the event is a call to

Baxter on COSAFA, AFCON and trip to Europe

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter on Thursday, 2 May 2019 briefed members of the media regarding the upcoming COSAFA and AFCON tournaments. He also touched on his upcoming trip to Europe to

Baxter on COSAFA, AFCON and trip to Europe

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter on Thursday, 2 May 2019 briefed members of the media regarding the upcoming COSAFA and AFCON tournaments. He also touched on his upcoming trip to Europe to

Rage Over South Africa Corruption Turns Off Voters

JOHANNESBURG For many South African voters, the government's struggle with corruption � which in the past five years has provoked numerous inquiries, dominated headlines, and even forced out former President Jacob Zuma

Rage Over South Africa Corruption Turns Off Voters

JOHANNESBURG For many South African voters, the government's struggle with corruption � which in the past five years has provoked numerous inquiries, dominated headlines, and even forced out former President Jacob Zuma