Wednesday, January 18, 2017

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The provincial department of education commended the matric class of 2016 for breaking the 80%...

In times gone by, you went to De Aar by train or to see some...

The efforts by the Sol Plaatje municipality to bring dignity to the communities in the...

Premier Sylvia Lucas concluded her fourth and final Christmas party for older persons in Upington...

Motorists have been urged to comply with road safety laws and exercise patience with traffic...

When Charlton Selemo, 39, participated in the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Systems (AMTS) programme four years ago, he did not think it would transform into...

For years, the debate surrounding the ownership of the land in which Gong-Gong village stands has led to a deprivation of services to the...

Police in the province yesterday embarked on a safer festive road safety plan in Kuruman. The operational focus by the police is aimed at checking...

While many remain sceptical about the impact of youth camps in the lives of young people, organisers say the camps are definitely making a...

In one of Kimberley’s most dangerous informal settlements, Lerato Park, lives 86-year-old Katje Plaatjie who for many years hoped to have a home she...

The ANC in the province has commended the cooperative governance, human settlement and traditional affairs MEC, Alvin Botes, for his efforts to root out...

For elderly people like Magdalene Poa, 84, the idea of fetching water from one of the three communal taps is a challenge. Poa says...

George Horne is one of the 70 beneficiaries of the Read Well Glasses campaign that was organised by Clicks in partnership with the Sol...