16.1.2021 04:50 am
BARE was finally launched last August and touts its wares as a greener alternative to other cigarettes.
Straws and plastic bags might get all the attention, but a study conducted in Cape Town last year also identified cigarette butts as one of the most common man-made pollutants.
Nkoana’s biggest wish is for the parole system to be abolished for perpetrators of gender-based violence (GBV)
Rising from the ashes of events that saw him retrenched and sinking into financial uncertainty this year, 30-year-old Lusizo Dlodlo now owns his first restaurant after working for a decade in the food and hospitality industry.
Despite nearly joining the African National Congress’ (ANC) MK, the Democratic Alliance’s (DA) values resonate with him.
The focus now is to address the unfinished business of 1994’s Constitutional promise.
The success Barlow and his teams have had in turning around African armies hasn’t always sat well with the big players in Africa.
Bushy McKelvey is hellbent on reclaiming the Guinness World Record for the longest distance covered on a motorcycle in 24 hours.
His latest bonanza comes from Egypt, when he left Mamelodi Sundowns to put pen to paper on a two-year deal that is estimated to be worth R2 million a month.
The death of Bizos – which came just months after that of the last Rivonia triallist, Andrew Mlangeni – has rendered Kuny, now 88, the last surviving person to have been involved in the most politically significant case in the history of South Africa.
Lacey-Smith is the national vice-president of the motorbike club Sons of Jo’burg, but there is so much more to the man than meets the eye.
Drawing on his own history of breaking into a market, he says business owners must put in the work to grow demand for their product before venturing into a national supply chain.
A night of hard partying started Llewellyn Devereaux on his journey to success, and his new venture hopes to help others unlock their own magic.
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.