Three generations, stuck at home, unable to apply for anything, not even a basic education.
When it was his time to go, he went in peace, saying, “I am going home.”
This Mothers’ Day, the Vryheid Herald team paid tribute to Cindy, and all the mums like her, who have the patience, kindness, perseverance, tolerance, understanding, compassion and humility to love and care for a child with special needs.
Phil was involved in a motorcycle and car accident between Vryheid and Melmoth.
As the head of the Vryheid Station, Col Ndlovu hopes to restore the community’s trust in the police service.
Inkosi Joseph takes over the reins at the Emathongeni Royal House from his uncle, Alios Thandabantu Zulu.
Thulisile hosted an event to celebrate having lead a positive and healthy life, irrespective of her status.
Toni was a well-known and well-respected member of the community, having lived in Vryheid all his life.
Having been sick for a very long time, Thulisile decided to get tested and after finding out about her status, her journey began.
Anelle hopes to create a legacy that will ignite a passion for hockey in Northern KwaZulu-Natal like never before.
Today, friends and family of Rema Samuelson will gather at the Klipkerk to offer their final farewell to the Christian stalwart and prayer warrior.