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    • Survival Garden Kits
      By Chris Marx I am a member of Hillcrest Rotary. Our objective is to assist impoverished communities and people to grow their own fruit and vegetables to feed themselves in a sustainable and dignified manner. We intend distributing 1000 of what we re…
      - 2 days ago, 17 Sep 20, 10:10am -
    • The Fifth Annual SA Bartending Accolades Recognition (BAR) Awards
      On 21 September, 2020, Johannesburg – The fifth annual SA Bartending Accolades Recognition (BAR) Awards honours the fallen and surviving heroes of the local South Africa bar industry as the country emerges from lockdown and bars start reopening thi…
      - 3 days ago, 16 Sep 20, 1:15pm -
    • Plastic Bans in Africa – A Reality Check
      by Greenpeace Africa  Africa has come a long way on the journey to creating a single-use plastic-free world with many victorious milestones to celebrate across the continent. We’ve been said to be leading the way in the fight against…
      - 3 days ago, 16 Sep 20, 11:28am -
    • A Lifeline for Freelancers in Desperate Times
      By Niki Moore The Covid-19 pandemic has led to severe economic consequences across the globe, and freelance professionals are falling somewhat behind when it comes to government relief efforts. As such, a large number of freelancers are experiencing…
      - 4 days ago, 15 Sep 20, 11:56am -
    • How Long Does it Take to Pick Up 20 Tons of Rubbish?
      by Steuart Pennington On Saturday 12 September about 200 Nottingham Road volunteers (a small village in KZN, South Africa), ranging from volunteers living in the eSthendeni informal settlement to those living in the upmarket Gowrie gated Estate, resp…
      - 4 days ago, 15 Sep 20, 7:32am -
    • Meet Wild Bean Café Design-A-Cup Winners
      There Is a Mzansi story in every cup! We have all heard the saying ‘Like a Phoenix rises from the ashes’ this year’s Wild bean Café Design-A-Cup winners creatively brought to life the spirit of Mzansi on a cup, amid the COVID-1…
      - 5 days ago, 14 Sep 20, 12:16pm -
    • Young Paarl Learner Wins Major African News Award
      Curro Online learner wins major African news award Johannesburg, 11 September 2020: It is not often that at age 11, you can already boast about winning a prestigious digital award because of your innovative robot graphics. However, Jan Louwrens, a…
      - 5 days ago, 14 Sep 20, 9:56am -
    • SA’s Magnificent 5 Lauded as Heroes for Walking Hours to Get Dog to Safety
      BY TYLER LEIGH VIVIER@TYLERLEIGHVSEP 10, 2020 2,737 Five young boys, now being called the “Magnificent 5â€�, are being praised for helping a very neglected Labrador to safety, even though it took them hours to walk there. Cape Town,…
      - 8 days ago, 11 Sep 20, 9:18am -
    • Back to School in the Time of Covid-19
      Trained School Cleaners More Important Than Ever Johannesburg: With more and more learners returning to school, it is all hands-on deck to ensure adequate hygiene and sanitation measures are in place, particularly in the time of Covid-19. With so man…
      - 8 days ago, 11 Sep 20, 8:59am -
    • Digital Divide More Acute in Access to Education
      Pupils across the country have been hard hit by the devastating consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has thrown the school calendar into disarray. To assist learners with their preparations for upcoming examinations, a number of very welcome…
      - 9 days ago, 10 Sep 20, 12:38pm -

    Africa Sports

    • Survival Garden Kits
      By Chris Marx I am a member of Hillcrest Rotary. Our objective is to assist impoverished communities and people to grow their own fruit and vegetables to feed themselves in a sustainable and dignified manner. We intend distributing 1000 of what we re…
      - 2 days ago, 17 Sep 20, 10:10am -
    • The Fifth Annual SA Bartending Accolades Recognition (BAR) Awards
      On 21 September, 2020, Johannesburg – The fifth annual SA Bartending Accolades Recognition (BAR) Awards honours the fallen and surviving heroes of the local South Africa bar industry as the country emerges from lockdown and bars start reopening thi…
      - 3 days ago, 16 Sep 20, 1:15pm -
    • Plastic Bans in Africa – A Reality Check
      by Greenpeace Africa  Africa has come a long way on the journey to creating a single-use plastic-free world with many victorious milestones to celebrate across the continent. We’ve been said to be leading the way in the fight against…
      - 3 days ago, 16 Sep 20, 11:28am -
    • A Lifeline for Freelancers in Desperate Times
      By Niki Moore The Covid-19 pandemic has led to severe economic consequences across the globe, and freelance professionals are falling somewhat behind when it comes to government relief efforts. As such, a large number of freelancers are experiencing…
      - 4 days ago, 15 Sep 20, 11:56am -
    • How Long Does it Take to Pick Up 20 Tons of Rubbish?
      by Steuart Pennington On Saturday 12 September about 200 Nottingham Road volunteers (a small village in KZN, South Africa), ranging from volunteers living in the eSthendeni informal settlement to those living in the upmarket Gowrie gated Estate, resp…
      - 4 days ago, 15 Sep 20, 7:32am -
    • Meet Wild Bean Café Design-A-Cup Winners
      There Is a Mzansi story in every cup! We have all heard the saying ‘Like a Phoenix rises from the ashes’ this year’s Wild bean Café Design-A-Cup winners creatively brought to life the spirit of Mzansi on a cup, amid the COVID-1…
      - 5 days ago, 14 Sep 20, 12:16pm -
    • Young Paarl Learner Wins Major African News Award
      Curro Online learner wins major African news award Johannesburg, 11 September 2020: It is not often that at age 11, you can already boast about winning a prestigious digital award because of your innovative robot graphics. However, Jan Louwrens, a…
      - 5 days ago, 14 Sep 20, 9:56am -
    • SA’s Magnificent 5 Lauded as Heroes for Walking Hours to Get Dog to Safety
      BY TYLER LEIGH VIVIER@TYLERLEIGHVSEP 10, 2020 2,737 Five young boys, now being called the “Magnificent 5â€�, are being praised for helping a very neglected Labrador to safety, even though it took them hours to walk there. Cape Town,…
      - 8 days ago, 11 Sep 20, 9:18am -
    • Back to School in the Time of Covid-19
      Trained School Cleaners More Important Than Ever Johannesburg: With more and more learners returning to school, it is all hands-on deck to ensure adequate hygiene and sanitation measures are in place, particularly in the time of Covid-19. With so man…
      - 8 days ago, 11 Sep 20, 8:59am -
    • Digital Divide More Acute in Access to Education
      Pupils across the country have been hard hit by the devastating consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has thrown the school calendar into disarray. To assist learners with their preparations for upcoming examinations, a number of very welcome…
      - 9 days ago, 10 Sep 20, 12:38pm -

    Africa Trade

    • Survival Garden Kits
      By Chris Marx I am a member of Hillcrest Rotary. Our objective is to assist impoverished communities and people to grow their own fruit and vegetables to feed themselves in a sustainable and dignified manner. We intend distributing 1000 of what we re…
      - 2 days ago, 17 Sep 20, 10:10am -
    • The Fifth Annual SA Bartending Accolades Recognition (BAR) Awards
      On 21 September, 2020, Johannesburg – The fifth annual SA Bartending Accolades Recognition (BAR) Awards honours the fallen and surviving heroes of the local South Africa bar industry as the country emerges from lockdown and bars start reopening thi…
      - 3 days ago, 16 Sep 20, 1:15pm -
    • Plastic Bans in Africa – A Reality Check
      by Greenpeace Africa  Africa has come a long way on the journey to creating a single-use plastic-free world with many victorious milestones to celebrate across the continent. We’ve been said to be leading the way in the fight against…
      - 3 days ago, 16 Sep 20, 11:28am -
    • A Lifeline for Freelancers in Desperate Times
      By Niki Moore The Covid-19 pandemic has led to severe economic consequences across the globe, and freelance professionals are falling somewhat behind when it comes to government relief efforts. As such, a large number of freelancers are experiencing…
      - 4 days ago, 15 Sep 20, 11:56am -
    • How Long Does it Take to Pick Up 20 Tons of Rubbish?
      by Steuart Pennington On Saturday 12 September about 200 Nottingham Road volunteers (a small village in KZN, South Africa), ranging from volunteers living in the eSthendeni informal settlement to those living in the upmarket Gowrie gated Estate, resp…
      - 4 days ago, 15 Sep 20, 7:32am -
    • Meet Wild Bean Café Design-A-Cup Winners
      There Is a Mzansi story in every cup! We have all heard the saying ‘Like a Phoenix rises from the ashes’ this year’s Wild bean Café Design-A-Cup winners creatively brought to life the spirit of Mzansi on a cup, amid the COVID-1…
      - 5 days ago, 14 Sep 20, 12:16pm -
    • Young Paarl Learner Wins Major African News Award
      Curro Online learner wins major African news award Johannesburg, 11 September 2020: It is not often that at age 11, you can already boast about winning a prestigious digital award because of your innovative robot graphics. However, Jan Louwrens, a…
      - 5 days ago, 14 Sep 20, 9:56am -
    • SA’s Magnificent 5 Lauded as Heroes for Walking Hours to Get Dog to Safety
      BY TYLER LEIGH VIVIER@TYLERLEIGHVSEP 10, 2020 2,737 Five young boys, now being called the “Magnificent 5â€�, are being praised for helping a very neglected Labrador to safety, even though it took them hours to walk there. Cape Town,…
      - 8 days ago, 11 Sep 20, 9:18am -
    • Back to School in the Time of Covid-19
      Trained School Cleaners More Important Than Ever Johannesburg: With more and more learners returning to school, it is all hands-on deck to ensure adequate hygiene and sanitation measures are in place, particularly in the time of Covid-19. With so man…
      - 8 days ago, 11 Sep 20, 8:59am -
    • Digital Divide More Acute in Access to Education
      Pupils across the country have been hard hit by the devastating consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has thrown the school calendar into disarray. To assist learners with their preparations for upcoming examinations, a number of very welcome…
      - 9 days ago, 10 Sep 20, 12:38pm -

    Africa Economy

      Africa Arts and Entertainment

        Africa Health News

        • Survival Garden Kits
          By Chris Marx I am a member of Hillcrest Rotary. Our objective is to assist impoverished communities and people to grow their own fruit and vegetables to feed themselves in a sustainable and dignified manner. We intend distributing 1000 of what we re…
          - 2 days ago, 17 Sep 20, 10:10am -
        • The Fifth Annual SA Bartending Accolades Recognition (BAR) Awards
          On 21 September, 2020, Johannesburg – The fifth annual SA Bartending Accolades Recognition (BAR) Awards honours the fallen and surviving heroes of the local South Africa bar industry as the country emerges from lockdown and bars start reopening thi…
          - 3 days ago, 16 Sep 20, 1:15pm -
        • Plastic Bans in Africa – A Reality Check
          by Greenpeace Africa  Africa has come a long way on the journey to creating a single-use plastic-free world with many victorious milestones to celebrate across the continent. We’ve been said to be leading the way in the fight against…
          - 3 days ago, 16 Sep 20, 11:28am -
        • A Lifeline for Freelancers in Desperate Times
          By Niki Moore The Covid-19 pandemic has led to severe economic consequences across the globe, and freelance professionals are falling somewhat behind when it comes to government relief efforts. As such, a large number of freelancers are experiencing…
          - 4 days ago, 15 Sep 20, 11:56am -
        • How Long Does it Take to Pick Up 20 Tons of Rubbish?
          by Steuart Pennington On Saturday 12 September about 200 Nottingham Road volunteers (a small village in KZN, South Africa), ranging from volunteers living in the eSthendeni informal settlement to those living in the upmarket Gowrie gated Estate, resp…
          - 4 days ago, 15 Sep 20, 7:32am -
        • Meet Wild Bean Café Design-A-Cup Winners
          There Is a Mzansi story in every cup! We have all heard the saying ‘Like a Phoenix rises from the ashes’ this year’s Wild bean Café Design-A-Cup winners creatively brought to life the spirit of Mzansi on a cup, amid the COVID-1…
          - 5 days ago, 14 Sep 20, 12:16pm -
        • Young Paarl Learner Wins Major African News Award
          Curro Online learner wins major African news award Johannesburg, 11 September 2020: It is not often that at age 11, you can already boast about winning a prestigious digital award because of your innovative robot graphics. However, Jan Louwrens, a…
          - 5 days ago, 14 Sep 20, 9:56am -
        • SA’s Magnificent 5 Lauded as Heroes for Walking Hours to Get Dog to Safety
          BY TYLER LEIGH VIVIER@TYLERLEIGHVSEP 10, 2020 2,737 Five young boys, now being called the “Magnificent 5â€�, are being praised for helping a very neglected Labrador to safety, even though it took them hours to walk there. Cape Town,…
          - 8 days ago, 11 Sep 20, 9:18am -
        • Back to School in the Time of Covid-19
          Trained School Cleaners More Important Than Ever Johannesburg: With more and more learners returning to school, it is all hands-on deck to ensure adequate hygiene and sanitation measures are in place, particularly in the time of Covid-19. With so man…
          - 8 days ago, 11 Sep 20, 8:59am -
        • Digital Divide More Acute in Access to Education
          Pupils across the country have been hard hit by the devastating consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has thrown the school calendar into disarray. To assist learners with their preparations for upcoming examinations, a number of very welcome…
          - 9 days ago, 10 Sep 20, 12:38pm -