Celebrating the life and stuggles of OR Tambo.
Nine electrical students are in training for the national WorldSkills SA Competition.
Led by President Jacob Zuma and other dignitaries, hundreds of people gathered at the Thomas Nkobi Memorial Park on Monday, April 10 to celebrate the 24th anniversary of Chris Hani’s death.
A number of homes in Kathorus were damaged by the rain and hail on November 16.
Edenpark police officers celebrated Heritage Day in their traditional attire. Some of the police officers who arrived at the station dressed in traditional attire.
Members of the Vosloorus CPF, the local community, media and senior SAPS officials paid tribute to slain W/O Buthelzi who was shot by robbers during an ambush at the Vosloorus Crossing Mall in August.
One of the largest growing religious groups in South Africa, the African Apostolic Church, originally founded in Zimbabwe, is steadily gaining ground locally with branches in just about every major city and township around the country. The church whose members hold their prayer meetings in open spaces, is often mistaken for the Shembe Church, who also dress in white and hold their prayer meetings in an open veldt.
Women from different denominations congregated at the Methodist Church on Saturday, August 29, to celebrate the last day of Women’s Month. The event was organised by pastor Margaret Boekhouer and the Methodist Church council who prepared and served food to the guests.
Phola Park residents have been complaining for about three months about the electricity cuts and the non-functioning of electrical transformers in the area which leaves many households without electricity.
Thokoza residents took the law in their own hands and handed down mob-justice when a suspected thief was subjected to a public beating on Sunday, August 23.
Melusi Muzi Zwane who went missing at Johannesburg General Hospital on Friday August 7.