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Engen pledges R2.5m to schools

As a company that cares deeply about the communities in which it operates, Engen has heeded a call from government and pledged an initial R2.5 million in support of Sanitation Appropriate for Education (SAFE), which aims to eradicate pit latrines...

14th Annual SAFTAs nominees announced

The River, Isibaya, Lockdown, Fiela se Kind & The Republic leadnominations tally The month of love hit a high note today, with the official announcement of the 2020 South African Film And Television Awards (SAFTAs) nominees proudly...

Miss Universe in Jozi

Joburg street parade for Miss universe Zozibini Tunzi brought thousands of well-wishers lined the streets to greet reigning Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi when she rode in an open-topped bus through the streets of Jozi today as part of her...

PSL gives Brazilians a hand in CAF advances

The PSL has since announced changes to Sundowns' schedule that will impact two of their remaining 12 league matches. The Brazilians have...

SA’s Mmabatho Montsho wins award at US film festival

Mmabatho Montsho's 2020 has started on a high note after her short film, The Award Ceremony, scooped an award at the Worldwide Women's Film...

SA artists reveal inspiration behind latest tracks

Apple Music “Song Stories” is a new short-form video series that deep dives into the creative process, inspirations and challenges faced by some of the country's leading artists Amanda Black, Ami Faku, Elaine, Nasty C...

Miss Universe continues her Homecoming Tour

A true tumultuous welcome for Miss Universe as she returned to her primary school.James Kyambadde: “Zozi has brought great honour to the school, buteveryone from her year has gone on to do very well. We groomed thosepioneers and are proud of them; all of Zozi’s grade one class has madeit to tertiary education and we have produced doctors, engineers, townplanners and auditors.” A sustained roar erupted from the crowds lining the streets as Zozibini Tunzi, returned the...

Miss Universe 2019 arrives home to a tumultuous welcome

Reigning Miss Universe, Zozibini Tunzi, received a tumultuous welcome on her arrival at the OR Tambo. It was the first time she has been in South Africa since taking thetitle on December 8 in Atlanta, Georgia, in the US. Tunzi says she is delighted to be back: “I am so thrilled to be home.I can feel the energy and the passion and it has been truly special.This win hasn't just been about me and I share it with all SouthAfricans.”

Trevor Noah Foundation’s leadership training program to launch in SA

The Trevor Noah Foundation and the YALI Regional Leadership Center Southern Africa (YALI RLC-SA ) are launching a joint investment called The...

Miss Universe 2019 Zozibini Tunzi arrives home on Saturday for...

The crown comes back for a week-long celebration Reigning Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi will return to South Africa for her...
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