‘I’m very outspoken about my faith. It’s my foundation and I give praise to God and try and use rugby as a platform to honour Him,’ says the Sharks star.
The North West Premier said Jonas Mosweu’s death was viewed as part of a continuous battle for freedom and human rights.
Zakeer Gani’s dream is ‘to create the largest independent cosmetics house in the country by next year’.
Motoring (or human mobility, more correctly) in the 21st century will be more comfortable, safer, more efficient and, above all, kinder to our planet.
His signature style is gritty and ultra-realistic storytelling, showing South Africa’s dark side, from homelessness to child rape.
Razavi’s live earnings to date are $84,582 (just over 1.2 million rand).

features Addressing South Africa’s chronic violence is imperative, says Dialogue Forum

To decrease the causes and contributors to violence will require the combined concerted effort of all levels.

features First year student, 79, proves there’s no limit to learning

‘Age is truly just a number and we all have a role to play in making South Africa better – young and old,’ says Jacob Seboko.

features Karl Schmid: Media star on crusade to stop stigma around HIV

It’s time we have a new and very real conversation about what it means to be HIV-positive in this day and age, says the host of ABC’s ‘On The Red Carpet’.

features Young filmmaker flies SA flag in China

Kyle Lewis won the contract to produce a funky, edgy ad campaign for BMW China. ‘They took a chance with me and I am so grateful for it,’ he says.

features Stevens Mokgalapa: Taking charge of Tshwane

An advert in The Citizen for the Democratic Party in 1999, changed the metro’s new mayor’s life.

features PICS: SANDF passes Armed Forces Day with flying colours

It’s not just about putting the defence force through its paces in a simulated combat environment, it’s also about reaching out to the people.

features Zackie Achmat – A dissident ‘second only to Mandela’

Over 43 years of activism, Achmat says he’s been informed by resistance and rebellion against injustice and inequality.

features Controversy follows colourful Australian mining magnate

Mark Caruso has made a handsome profit from SA’s natural resources.

features More men testing for HIV as Right to Care’s Me1st campaign takes root

The NGO said men who have sex with men faced devastating stigma and discrimination in society but especially when seeking healthcare services.

features I have brought back the law – Joburg Metro Police chief David Tembe

He urged law-abiding community members report to the JMPD any crimes that they maybe aware of.

features Former Bok captain Pienaar is giving back to SA

Named after a promise Pienaar made to Madiba, the Make a Difference (MAD) Leadership scholarship programme focuses on producing all-round leaders.

features PICS: Early Care Foundation boosts local daycare centres

‘As soon as I started going for training [with ECF], my business changed for the better,’ says Alexandra creche owner Zanele Mothupi.

features Chiefs-Pirates derby history runs deep

Donald ‘Ace’ Khuse predicts that Chiefs will win the day, but Andries Sebola is of the opinion it will be a draw with lots of goals.

features Toyota’s Lensha Dlamini is in testosterone heaven

Toyota SA’s advertising manager helps keep the company’s products on top of the charts.


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