SANDTON – Little ones at Crawford Pre-Primary recently learnt about different occupations.
KELVIN – The Kelvin Residents Association gave the Meadway Sports Club a cleanup on Monday, but there is still much to be done to restore the derelict facility.
JOBURG – No electronic speeding fines have been issued to motorists over the last few months and officers have now taken to the streets to issue fines directly.
JOBURG – Wits trumped Cairo University from Egypt and the University of Cape Town (UCT) to take the number one spot.
MORNINGSIDE– Two men narrowly escaped a hijacking on South Road just after 9pm on Monday night and warn fellow motorists to be vigilant.
BRYANSTON – A new app has been designed to detect motorists following you home…
SANDTON – Rolls-Royce, esteemed customers and celebrities celebrated Women’s Day by making a difference to girls who often miss out on school because they cannot afford sanitary towels.
JOBURG – The ombudsman has been in a legal battle with the City of Johannesburg since May when he was first removed.
JOBURG – ‘Where we succeed, we will work harder to achieve further on that success. Where change is not coming fast enough, we will take our communities into our confidence and work harder to achieve that change.’
JOBURG – It is clear that if we are going to make the revitalisation of the inner city a success story, we need much stronger bylaw enforcement – Mashaba
JOBURG – It is reported that the blue light brigade has crashed on the M1 South causing traffic delays from the Buccleuch Interchange.
PARKMORE – The Parkmore Community Association will be caretakers of the historical Driefontein Farmhouse .
EAST TOWN – Police are now looking for a male who called for an Uber at 2am on 6 August.
JOHANNESBURG – The Johannesburg Roads Agency yesterday announced the resignation its managing director, Dr Sean Phillips, with effect from 8 August.
Still no Justice for Marikana victims.
WENDYWOOD – Dynamic businesswoman, inspirational director of Hearts of Hope children’s home and family-orientated mother of three, Deborah van Dongen is one of the people Sandton Chronicle salutes this Women’s Month.
JOBURG – Although gambling may be considered a ‘men’s problem’, women are just as likely to gamble – and to become addicted. Learn more here…
JOBURG – The South African Depression and Anxiety Group are looking for mature and compassionate volunteers to assist at their call centre.
SANDTON – Grace Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s first lady, was rumoured to have absconded and landed in Zimbabwe. Reports suggest she is still in South Africa awaiting her husband’s arrival.
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JOBURG – More property rebates could attract more development.