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The Effects of Climate Change

By Mmabore Mogashoa It is September in Limpopo, South Africa. Some days feel like it is still winter, very cold, or it is August because its windy and dusty is everywhere. Some days are extremely hot, and the…

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House breaking in the neighbourhood of Palm Springs

By Rapule Moiloa House breaking has become fashionable. In some cases, it’s not about being unemployed or that one cannot create work for themselves, but it’s a case of being hooked up in drugs. Someone in his 30’s…

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Unemployment Driving the Selling of Fake Products in Soweto

By Rapule Moiloa Unemployment is a serious problem growing daily, many people loosing their jobs through restructuring and other reasons that affect mostly poor people. In many cases people often seek for other ways to create employment for…

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Road rehabilitaion in Sefikile community as Ubumbano Trainings bear fruits

By AMO TSHABALALA From my last year’s project of the internal road/main access road that was in a very bad condition is now being fixed and the good news about that is that the mine read my story…

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Lack of water while Women’s Day is celebrated.

It is women’s month but in Sekhukhune, South Africa we still see things that will break your heart. It is on 8 August 2019 just few hours before Women’s Day but lack of water forced a local woman…

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Annual Career Exhibition at Imbali

By Ntwenhle Hadebe On 17 August 2019 there was a 1st Annual Career Exhibition  at Imbali Unit 14 Community hall .This event was created by Luyanda Meyiwa and his colleagues. The purpose of the career exhibition is to…

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UN Youth Consultation Workshop

A two-day youth consultation workshop was coordinated by the UN South Africa to discuss the challenges, gaps and recommendations towards the National Development Plan (NDP) 7 pillars from the youth perspective. Robust and constructive conversations took place whereby…

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PACSA launches the Youth Street Survivors (YSS) program

The Pietermaritzburg Agency Community Social Action (PACSA), working within uMgungundlovu Municipality has launched its new Youth programme, called the Youth Street Survivors program. The launch event was held on the 20th of June 2019, at the Mandela Park…

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Training workshop on climate change and environment in Sophia Town

By John-Paul Roberts On Saturday 10 May a training workshop was held by Green Anglican and the Johannesburg Anglican Environmental Initiative at St Joseph’s Diocesan Centre in Sophia Town. The purpose of the workshop was to familiarise Youth…

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Illegal mining activities destroy houses in Newcastle

By Nothando Dube Illegal mining in Newcastle at Blaaubosh has destroyed some of the community houses. These illegal miners started to operate in this place in 1984 till now. Those people dig coal and sand they use to…

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