9.3.2019 06:05 am
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’.
Karl Schmid, host of ABC’s On The Red Carpet, kept his HIV-positive status a secret for a decade, but then decided to put the fear behind him by going public in March last year.
He urged law-abiding community members report to the JMPD any crimes that they maybe aware of.
Named after a promise Pienaar made to Madiba, the Make a Difference (MAD) Leadership scholarship programme focuses on producing all-round leaders.
‘As soon as I started going for training [with ECF], my business changed for the better,’ says Alexandra creche owner Zanele Mothupi.
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.
Toyota SA’s advertising manager helps keep the company’s products on top of the charts.
Through perseverance, she has earned a place in the Special Olympics SA national team set to compete in Abu Dhabi in March.
While Cadbury reported a net income of R40bn in 2016, many of the farmers who grow their cocoa have never tasted chocolate.
The Drakenstein Stud manager – the man behind the winners – works with trainers to get best out of horses.
After growing up in Bendor in Polokwane, Tshabalala studied sports science at the University of Pretoria.
The recently appointed president of the South African Society of Psychiatrists aims to improve the care of patients and training of young doctors.
With its imposing columned facade, hunting trophies and oil portraits, the Rand Club in Johannesburg’s city centre is a relic of South Africa’s colonial and apartheid past.
‘I want to see law enforcement practiced properly,’ says the founder of the nonprofit organisation, while vowing to fight ‘the work of the devil.’
‘At this academy, we show the pupils the road does not end for them if they are not academic performers. We show them they can work on their stronger skills and develop them.’
This month Wandile Sihlobo was named Agriculturalist Of The Year by Agricultural Writers SA, which he only mentions casually in passing.