“We gathered at Brazil soccer field for a soccer match and later we visited Maboloka old age to spend the rest of the day with the elderly, singing and offering them groceries.” Emphasised the event co-ordinator JJ Radebe.
Every year on 18 July, the day Nelson Mandela was born the UN joins a call by the Nelson Mandela Foundation to devote 67 minutes of time to helping others, as a way to mark Nelson Mandela International Day.
The two suspects, Sharon Twala and Koketso Comfort Moyo appeared in the Brits Magistrate’s Court on the 7th of July 2015 for bail application. The matter was postponed to the 8th of July 2015 by Magistrate Maswanganyi.
Not so long ago, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) after gaining entry into parliament through the ballot box, introduced a new dress code aimed to be a reflection of the majority of their supporters.
Kgabalatsane is the place to be. Exciting drivers, bursting tyres, seven 20 flips, four 50 monkey flips, 360, tokoloshe, to name but a few of the tricks and awesome skills and tactics that will be on display.
It is alleged that three men were robbed on the 8th of July 2015 at different times during the day while shopping next to the taxi rank opposite KFC. The area has now turned into a crime hot spot.
After the burnt body of Emma Refiloe Seloadi (19) was discovered on the 10th June 2015, at the nearby bushes in Mothotlung, three suspects were arrested, charged with murder and held at Mothutlung Police Station. Continue reading
Initiation is a rite of passage marking entrance or acceptance into a group or society. It could also be a formal admission to adulthood in a community or one of its formal components. In an extended sense it can also signify a transformation in which the initiate is ‘reborn’ into a new role.
Would you believe that millions of rands have been spent to create such beautiful and attractive ‘Welcome Signs’ surrounded by small parks. These signs are found at various entrances including Hendrik Verwoerd Avenue towards Brits Mall and Letlhabile road to name a few.