Shoe drive set to restore dignity among young people

“Normal” was what the Etwatwa resident wanted for all attending school children. Christina Sesi Mahlangu the founder of Dream Foundation wants to bring love and hope to vulnerable children. Dream Foundation team is currently running a school shoe drive that started in 18 April 2021 and it will end in March 2022. They are hoping to get donations to help those who are disadvantaged. The foundation was founded in 2019 after a dream Christina had in grade 11 when she would see kids walk to school lacking school shoes, for…

Read More

Make extra cash by being a runner

Two skilled Daveyton youngsters Thabo Mahlase and Justice Mlangeni are looking for young people who want to make extra cash and become runners. The two ambitious men have launched an Android application package (APK) called SendMe, which allows people to request their errands to be done at an affordable price through the App. “We are looking for people who will work with us as we will be expanding our business. Interested beings will get to make extra cash by completing errands, such as a carwash, shopping, gardening and domestic work,…

Read More

An author publishes a book about academic excellence

A 25-year-old female from Kwa-Thema, Busisiwe Faith Nhlapo published a book about academics. She is a speaker, an academic coach, author and an aspiring Chartered Accountant. Her book is titled ‘Mark Tracking Model: The Academic Excellence Blueprint’ which is based on academic excellence. Nhlapo holds a Bachelor of Accounting Science degree from the University of Johannesburg and currently, she is a graduate student in the field of applied accounting science through UNISA, working towards an accounting qualification. The book blueprint is based on the habits of high performing students and…

Read More

World AIDS day commemorated in the city

“Government alone cannot win the battle against HIV/AIDS, TB, STIs and COVID-19. We all have to take responsibility for our health.”These are the words of Ekurhuleni Executive Mayor Alderwoman Tania Campbell when addressing delegates at the World AIDS Day commemoration at Duduza Multipurpose Centre in Duduza on Wednesday, 1 December 2021. It was revealed at the World AIDS Day commemoration that the City of Ekurhuleni has the second-highest HIV burden in Gauteng province and the third-highest nationally with a total of 56 4900 people living with HIV aged between 15…

Read More

FNB is opening six new community branches by end of December to grow presence in local markets

The Bank is on track to open 50 new branches over the next 3 years FNB is opening six new community branches by the end of December 2021, with 20 more sites planned for roll-out in 2022. The move is part of the Bank’s efforts to grow its presence and investment in local markets with 50 new community branches over the next 3 years. The six new branches are located in the Western Cape (Delft Mall), Gauteng (Katlehong), Bloemfontein (Rocklands), KwaZulu Natal (Midway Crossing), the Eastern Cape (Kuyasa Mall) and…

Read More