The dawn of democracy saw many black women in rural areas break free from the norm of staying home, raising children and waiting for cheques from their spouses working away from home.
The minister of transport, Joe Maswanganyi, says the human factor remains a critical cause of most of the road accidents over the Easter period.
Forty years ago a group of concerned people established Vita Nova Centre, a non-profit organisation, at the Daggafontein Mine office building.
Digby Wells Environmental held a project open day at Stable Inn, on Sunday, to which they invited stakeholders and affected parties.
The recent petrol price increase is set to hit commuters’ pockets in the month of May, as taxi operators prepare for a possible taxi fare increase.
Zaden Green, who sustained third-degree burns to 40 per cent of his body in a house fire, in October, is recovering well.
An Easter feeding scheme took place at Butler Park, Geduld, last Saturday where the less privileged were served a steaming bowl of chicken potjiekos.
The story of a Springs man turning his life around after being an illegal miner. Read his story about life as a ‘zama zama’.
Ekurhuleni Disaster and Emergency Management Services (DEMS) responded to a fire in Brice Street, Strubenvale, on Thursday afternoon.
This natural disaster is one of the most underestimated events, yet has some of the most fatalities of natural phenomena, in the world.
On Wednesday morning the South African Police Service hosted a ‘Say no to xenophobic attacks’ campaign at the Word Christian Church in Springs.