On 1 May 2019 the petrol price goes up by 54c a litre, which means that South Africans will be paying R 4 per litre extra for petrol than in December 2018.
Celebrations of UNESO’s (United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Book and Copyright Day on the 23rd April 2019, has placed literacy, literature in indigenous languages and education at the centre of global discussions.
Katherine Johnson, known for her pioneering work at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) received an honorary degree from the University of Johannesburg (UJ) on Monday evening at the age of 100.
Her work contributed to efforts to put the first men into space and eventually the moon.
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Twenty five thousand low-income households in the Northern Cape province have migrated from the analogue broadcasting system and connected to digital terrestrial television (DTT).
The Department of Communications (DOC) revealed this information in a parliamentary reply to the Democratic Alliance's question, detailing progress of the digital migration project in that province.
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Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) hosted the official launch of SA INC’s spreading the good news campaign at their Sandton office which was attended by 80 delegates representing some of South Africa’s leading brands.
SA INC, a partnership between BLSA, Brand South Africa and Regency Global is changing conversations in South Africa by highlighting and celebrating the country’s success and achievements.
When it comes to autism, most interventions focus on children. But what happens when autistic children become adults and have to make their own way in the world?
Some children on the autism spectrum grow up to function independently as adults, with careers and families of their own. Others do not.
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‘What do we do before crossing the road? We look to the left and then right; if there is no car, we cross,” says Rachel Phiri.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says a new model used to build better schools in the country will help in eradicating schools without water, sanitation and electricity.
Ramaphosa was speaking in Dannhauser in northern KwaZulu-Natal, at the official handing over ceremony of three new schools.
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Johannesburg City Manager Ndivhoniswani Lukhwareni says he doesn’t think it is barbaric to expect eleven families to use one chemical toilet.
Lukhwareni was making submissions before a Human Rights Commission inquiry into the events leading up to this month’s violent service delivery protests in Alexandra, north of Johannesburg.
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11 April 2019
Service delivery protests have sprung up in various parts of South Africa ahead of national elections in May.
Protests over the lack of electricity in Vanderbijlpark, says Power 98.7 caller
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