24.10.2020 05:00 am
The success Barlow and his teams have had in turning around African armies hasn’t always sat well with the big players in Africa.
If, as the old saying goes, old soldiers fade away, then Eeben Barlow will be fading into the African jungle or savannah, clad in camouflage fatigues, rifle in hand, training troops or preparing to lead them into battle.
Sinenhlanhla Mnguni is intent on playing his part in ensuring the South Africa he leaves is better than the country he came into.
Volumes could be written by people about their firsthand experiences of life under apartheid, which pushed many towards the realm of political activism.
While attending university, she said she often wondered what her chances were of getting meaningful employment after her studies.
Tourism industry is set to lose a million jobs, but for these women, show goes on.
Her last stretch towards achieving her dream involved being trained on donor funds and getting a small salary at a private hospital for two years, while still paying black tax.
Auditors are almost society’s last line of defence against corruption.
As deputy chair of the board at BMF Investments, she hopes to be part of creating an inclusive environment in the financial sector in SA.
Coronavirus cases are likely to continue to surge and fall for foreseeable future.
The Philanthropy Indaba, in collaboration with the Institute of Futures Research at Stellenbosch University, aims to help funnel such funds to areas where they are most needed.
With a master’s degree through UJ to explore the use of respiratory protection devices in low-income healthcare settings, Ngobeni was prepared for the current pandemic
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.