SANDTON – The Sandton SPCA has a number of precious pets up for adoption. Read here to find out more.
JOHANNESBURG – Africa Day is celebrated around the continent on 25 May. We asked residents why they feel it is important to celebrate the day and what it means to them.
SANDTON – Schoolchildren from Crawford College Sandton recently took part in a dramatic arts exhibition.
SANDTON –The profession of a blacksmith is believed to have originated during the Iron Age.
SANDTON – About 1 000 Scouts recently participated in an annual raft-building competition. Find out how it went here.
SANDTON – St Stithians hosts its second college marimba festival. Find out how it went here.
ILLOVO – Local cricket teams came out tops at the Gauteng Cricket Board’s 2017 awards dinner, leaving winners with smiles too thick for an outside edge.
SANDTON – Crawford College Grade 11’s recently invited Fidelitas Secondary School to their first matric dance.
SANDTON – The Sandton SPCA has a number of precious pets up for adoption and are appealing to the community to please adopt.
JOBURG – The Salvation Army requests donations in order to help the poor and the homeless this winter.
JOBURG — Two men have taken it upon themselves to make sure they keep the park clean for residents who visit the park daily with their dogs.
SANDTON – Junior Colleges Tiny Town recently spent Mother’s Day pot planting.
SANDTON – Crawford College Sandton recently supported Slipper Day to help children that are fighting life-threatening illnesses.
JOBURG – ENSafrica, has appointed a new director for the technology, media and telecommunications.
SANDTON – Crawford Pre-Primary schoolchildren recently put on a concert for Mother’s Day.
EMMARENTIA – The Jozi Land Art Festival aimed to create awareness of environmental and social problems.
SANDTON – The soccer chance project trials gives an opportunity for greatness.
BRYANSTON – Attempted Rolex robbery foiled due to woman’s quick thinking.
JOBURG – Metro Police in conjunction with the South African Police recover goods amounting to R500 000 looted from a factory in Nancefield during sporadic violent protests in the area on 10 May.
PARKMORE – Businesses in Parkmore are still being affected due to trenching for fibre.
JOBURG – The app will be the first in South Africa which provides a centralised location to report all varieties of emergencies.