With the recent spate of xenophobic attacks rising again, the Addie took to the streets to ask the community why they think xenophobia has become such a big problem in South Africa.
The Addie took to the streets to ask residents how they would feel about South Africa having a woman president.
After the events that occurred during President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address last Thursday, the Addie asked community members how they feel about the whole scenario.
The Department of Transport’s new regulations are expected to be enforced in the next year. One of these new regulations is lower speed limits eg 120km limit will become 100km and 60km will become 40km. The Addie asked the community what they think of the new limits. This is what they had to say:
Last week, a photo of a woman in a cage on the back of a bakkie was the cause of outrage on social media. The pregnant woman said in media reports that she wanted to sit on the back of the back as it was too hot inside. The man apparently gave the woman a lift to town.
Hundreds of Grade Ones started their first day at ‘big school’ last Wednesday.
Gizelle Nel is a shy Grade One learner at Strubenvale Primary School and didn't want to say much when asked about her first day at school.Danielle Roode says she cannot wait to start learning new things at school.Some of Strubenvale Primary School's Grade One learners show their excitement in the school hall.Ntsako Vilakazi is a...
The Grade Ones at PLG Springs Academy, in Grootvlei, are happy to be learners at this brand new school.
Phoebe Opperman sê sy hou van haar nuwe onderwyseres, Minette Liebenberg.Divan Venter is ingenome met onderwyseres Sante van der Merwe.Jayden Pretorius besig om sy eerste prent te teken.Dannetello Snooke is besig om sy eerste Graad Een skooltaak te verrig.Tristan van Tonder is een van 'n groep van ses Graad Een leerlinge in Sante van der...
First look at a few of Springs’ Grade One learners on their first day of school.
Springs Girls' High School learner Raeesah Moolla received eight distinctions in her NSC for English first language, Afrikaans first additional language, maths, life orientation, accountancy, history, life science and physical science. She will be studying medicine at the University of the Witwatersrand.Thobeka LIndani from Springs Girls' High School received her NSC with four distinctions in...