12.8.2020 11:55 am
Tourism industry is set to lose a million jobs, but for these women, show goes on.
The Western Cape’s labour-intensive tourism and hospitality sector might be reeling from punches doled out by Covid-19 and national government’s sometimes baffling response to the pandemic but, for these women, there’s no such thing as being punch-drunk when their worlds are in uproar.
Stransky, who earned 22 Bok caps, was among nine of the squad’s players who met at Ellis Park on Wednesday, on the anniversary of their title.
Using his platform to create positive change in the lives of underprivileged artists, he also brings light and positivity to African traditions and practices.
“So many customers will not frequent a restaurant for fear the Covid-19 virus,” – Larry Hodes, the owner of Arbour Cafe
Much money is to be made in rhino horns harvested safely by captive-bred animals. But a conservation body has rejected Hume’s breeding intentions, while he pushes for the international legalisation of rhino horn.
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One of the attributes of a successful woman, or any creative, in this tough, rip-you-apart-if-you-let-it industry is self-confidence, says Williams.
‘We’re like popcorn. We all get put into the same pan with the same heat, but we don’t all pop at the same time,’ the Lions ace says.
A group of starving foreign nationals have had to resort to eating one meal of one boiled potato each per day, as they hope to survive the continued lockdown without any income or other sources of food.
He will now be giving his input on the legalities surrounding the worldwide coronavirus and said he hoped to clarify how to beat the spread of the virus while protecting human rights.
Born in the Eastern Cape town of East London, where she learnt isiXhosa and Afrikaans before later attending Wits University, Marks’ friendship with Trump spans 20 years.
He is one of many healthcare workers who put their lives at risk to assist during the global pandemic as he works as a nurse at Kalafong Hospital in Atteridgeville, west of Pretoria.
A group of ‘displaced people’ at a lockdown shelter in Jeppestown see this period as an opportunity to reset their lives. Our photographer spent some time at the shelter and spoke to a recovering drug addict using this time for introspection and charting a plan for his future.
‘All my years of work will not be undermined for any agenda,’ says Mzimela, who stood up to the Guptas and Malusi Gigaba while group CEO at SAA.