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A New Street Drug Called ‘FLAKKA’

Flakka, also known as a ‘zombie drug’ it’s a new drug that looks like bath salt and its one not to mess around with. People high on Flakka have apparently been known to throw themselves at vehicles and walls, twist their bodies in strange ways and the scariest of them all is biting.

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Buhle Park Primary holds an induction for foundation phase

On the 15th November 2017 Buhle Park Primary School held a foundation phase induction in which the main purpose was for the children to familiarise themselves with the Grade one (1) systems since there are currently still grade R pupils says the HOD Audrey Ndlovu

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University is not the only option

It was few weeks ago when Matrics, University and College students were all likely to be heading towards exams. And we know it’s not just tough on them, exam time is tough on the whole family.

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Unemployment Statistics devastates the youth

In September 2017 the first quarter of South Africa’s unemployment rate was said to have risen at 27.7% statistics proves this information to be correct, however this information has left even more of the youth in our communities devastated saying that this proves that fighting for education after high school is not as important as it used to be.

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November is National Adoption Month

Adoption is the social, emotional, and legal process in which children who will not be raised by their birth parents become full and permanent legal members of another family while maintaining genetic and psychological connections to their birth family.

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Health is wealth

We are living in a time that is so fast paced, everything in and around us is determined by time whether we notice it or not. Busy schedules hold more preference than a person’s well-being. Before we know it we are part of a statistics

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BDB band gears up to host finale

BDB (Balance De Band) music band based in Vosloorus, gears up to host the BDB Nights Finale, in December 10, 2017. The event will start at 12pm up-until 2am amid dawn

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Not a victim of his circumstances

In life there are those who accept what's given to them, then there are those who take what's given to them and create a stepping stone to success out of it. Thabang Dlamini falls under the latter.

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Taxi strike hit home

A stranded morning to people using taxis; students and workers. Parents made necessary arrangement to get their grade 12 children to school as they are writing their year-end exams. The streets remained empty with no public transport except private vehicles.

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Youth Employment is Essential

An open land that once served as playing grounds for the youth of Buhle Park has now became the reasons some members of the youth now have food on the table. The land is being developed to build houses that will at some point help grow the community.

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Kiddies Beach Experience

Change colours kiddies beach experience is a programme focused on bringing joy to kid’s ages one to fourteen years old, guided by parents. The event takes place in Leondale sports ground and the venue is furnished with everything required to complete that “beach vibe experience”

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The OR Tambo Soncini Social Cohesion Games

The 28 October 2017 marked the opening of the OR Tambo Soncini Social Cohesion Games which were held at the Germiston Stadium. This was held as part of the centenary celebration of liberation icon, OR Tambo.

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SIGO’S is beverage with a story to tell

Masego Moroane moved to Joburg from Rusternburg to study, but fate had something in store for him.

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Skin by Thobi

Thobile Twala is a young lady who is so well informed about skin, a minute into a conversations with her left me being apologetic to my skin and how I've treated it in the past.

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Karate puts Thokoza on the map

Karate is a sport that puts ones focus on a straight line discipline. It is not everyday where a township has many karate centres where the community can train and one of the Senseis gets nominated.

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Young ones are welcome at Spruitview library

On Tuesday the 31st of October 2017 the Spruitview library was filled with songs of cheers and joyful little faces that could be heard all the way from the study cubicles.

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Weekend Give Back

On the 27th of October (Friday) 2017 to the 29th of October (Sunday) 2017, Ext 28 phase 1 in Vosloorus celebrated by doing a giving back camp named Camp4Change.The camp happens annually and it concentrates on children that come from unprivileged backgrounds both primary and secondary.

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Youth in agriculture

Destiny IkusasaLethu Co-operative, founded in 2017, is an ongoing youth development project, currently focused on agriculture and youth empowerment. IkusasaLethu encourages the youth to think outside the box, to revive their minds and to also promote unity and bring back the spirit of Ubuntu.

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Jabulani Maseko takkie wash

With the high unemployment rate, Jabulani who is business minded knew what he had to do to find a way or rather fend for himself. Time waits for no one therefore he couldn’t let life circumstances block his way and be tempted to adjust to the street life.

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No limitations even for the unemployed

Teboho Monaschy is a young black male who falls under the South African statistics of youth unemployment. In his quest to seek greener pastures. Teboho has started a small business which he operates from the comfort of his own home in a small town in the Eastrand known as Spruitview.

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