The handover of the remains ‘is an effort intended to bring closure to the families of the deceased political prisoners, and to honour their legacy’.
The 2020 Edelman Trust Barometer survey shows the world is becoming less trusting of governments, the media, business and non-governmental organisations.
Untreated trauma could result in post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, aggression and dissociative identity disorder.
Sewing circle at Soweto school enhances social fabric
Thabang Primary School chair Shadi Mogole teaches unemployed moms to sew school uniforms, thereby teaching them a skill that helps put food on the table.
The Zweledinga informal settlement in Khayelitsha was destroyed.
Women and girls were also affected most by austerity measures, Oxfam’s Basani Baloyi said.

Don’t blame councillors for services failures – analyst

‘Councillors have to be brutally open with their communities in explaining the limitations that are there,’ political analyst Prince Mashele said.

Beloftebos venue disappoints another couple due to LGBTQI+ weddings policy

Sasha-Lee Heekes and Megan Watling were reminded of the venue’s policy when they tried to book their wedding at the venue in Stanford, near Hermanus.

The 22 richest men in the world have more wealth than all the women in Africa, finds Oxfam

The organisation stated that women and girls are among those who benefit least from today’s economic system despite contributing billions of hours of manual labour on a daily basis.

Gun control war looms after Cele calls for a disarmed populace

Leaked versions of the draft amendment Bill suggest people will lose their right to own firearms for self-defence.

Help Pretoria SPCA face its biggest challenge in 2020

In order to deliver on their mandate and protect the animals of Tshwane, qualified inspectors, support staff, and vehicles are necessary.

PSL chair Irvin Khoza’s wife, Mantwa Khoza, has died

Tributes and condolences have been pouring in from across the soccer world and the country.

Fed-up after 20 years on a waiting list, gogo builds her own house

Gloria Matebe collected the wood to build her new home from a nearby dumpsite.

Back-to-school joy tempered by grief in Burgersfort

Police said the accident happened when a truck driver crashed into a group of teenagers walking alongside the road, coming from a local soccer field.

Millions of ‘lost youth’ are costing SA dearly

The estimated R193.4 billion spent in 2018/19 on social grants could have been used for things like health care and creating opportunities for the jobless youth.

Families consider suing PE municipality after burying their children

Four children died last week after they ate food at an unsecured dump site.

How hearing aid firm eMoyo helped petrol attendant hear again

Since having his hearing aid fitted, the petrol attendant is now able to understand what his clients want.

GALLERY: Pretoria’s old ‘white village’ of Salvokop now plagued by hopelessness

Most of the two or three-bedroom homes in the area, built for Transnet staff and still owned by government, show no sign of being maintained since before democracy.

‘Raging fire of hope’ #ImStaying reaches 1 million followers

The group has brought to the fore people’s compassion and hope during a dark time, its founder says.

Maponya has left big shoes to fill, entrepreneurs say

President Cyril Ramaphosa also expressed his condolences to the family of the business pioneer.

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