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New headman inaugurated

Wiseman Ndzulu has been appointed the new regional representative of the Gauteng East Traditional Council (GETC) in Vosloorus.

Future leaders empowered with skills.

Five schools were invited to participate in Men Restoring Dignity – Change Leader Programme held at Kathorus Child and Family Centre in Thokoza on Friday March 10. The five schools from around Katlehong that participated were Buhlebuzile High School, Landulwazi Comprehensive School, Thabo Ntsako Secondary School, Thoko-Thaba High School and Tiisetsong High School. Only boys…

Vosloorus to host Miss Thick Madame

Finalists, from left: Sophy Ratshili, Lucia Machavha, Mapule Vilakazi and Sibongile Mazibuko. They are ready to take Miss Thick Madame by storm. The finals are going to take place on Saturday, May 27, at Vosloorus Old Age Home Hall in Vosloorus Ebasuthwini Section.   Some of the finalists of Miss Thick Madame “Zithande S’dudla” after…

Katlehong community welcomes you, brigadier

The recent appointment of the first female police head in Katlehong, Brig. Phumla Mdlankomo, by the SAPS is another sign of progress for women in the police force. One can only sing high praises for Brig. Mdlankomo for being the first female to lead the police in a township like Katlehong, with all its crime…

Minister shatters dreams

Once again, her actions have proved that certain ministers within the ANC government are incapable of ruling the country.

Orphanage mourns lost children

Dzulani Children Care Centre in Dindela Section held a special ceremony on Saturday, March 4 in honour of three lost children. Nkanyiso Nelukau went missing in April 2005 when he was 15 years old. This inspired his mother, Nelly Nelukau, to open the orphanage. Two other children who are sorely missed by the orphanage are…

Orphanage urgently seeking donations

Dzulani Children Care Centre, an orphanage based in Dindela Section in Vosloorus, is in need of financial support. The orphanage held a special ceremony on Saturday, March 4, to ask for a helping hand. Nelly Nelukau, the founder of the orphanage, uses her own house to home more than 12 children between the ages of…

Why pick on your own?

I don’t understand why some South Africans are pushing for a xenophobic agenda to kick non-South African Blacks out of the country. South Africa has foreigners from many countries beyond the African continent, yet the only people South Africans regard to be foreigners are their own kin and kind. What about all the other nationalities…

Ramara visits Tsietsi school

Sgt Kgabo Ramara of the Germiston Flying Squad visited the Thutotuna Primary school in Tsietsi as part of the SAPS’s social responsibility programme to create awareness among young learners about the role of the police in communities.

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