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...
With Christmas Day around the corner and shopping centres teeming with shoppers, the Addie took to the streets to ask the community if they do last-minute Christmas shopping or if they have bought gifts well in advance of the ‘crazy season’.
Kersfees is om die draai, en is beslis een van die lekkerste tye in meeste kinders se lewens. Ons het ’n draai by Vinnige Voetjies Kleuterskool gemaak, om te hoor wat Kersfeesvader vir hierdie klein mensies moet bring vir Kerfees.
The 16 days of activism campaign has started and the Addie took to the streets to ask the community of Springs, if they think there’s enough awareness raised about women and children abuse – and whether they think 16 days is enough?
The children who are part of the Jesus Outreach Project were treated to a Christmas lunch, dessert and gifts, by San van Wyk, the founder of the project.
With the Springs SPCA facing an imminent threat of closure due to lack of funds, the Addie asked what people think of the matter.
In light of Movember, awareness month for prostate cancer, the Addie visited the Rainbow Education Centre to ask the children if they like their daddy’s moustache and what they think of it.
For those who may have missed it, Donald Trump was elected as the next President of the United States of America last week. Hillary Clinton’s loss against the tycoon, came as a shock to many people around the globe. The Addie took to the streets to find out what Springs residents think of the president elect.
With the Springs Monster trial resuming this week, the Addie took to the streets to ask residents how they feel about the trial taking such a long time, considering that the Springs Monster was arrested in May 2014.
With the Pravin Gordhan and President Jacob Zuma saga on-going in South Africa, the Addie took to the streets to ask the community which of the two is better for the South African economy.