The Vryheid Herald has discovered AbaQulusi’s no nonsense municipal manager’s biggest weakness.
Local teen, Amanda Nsibande, has her eye set on the prize as she continues to pave her way in the modelling industry.
Police officials expressed concern for the people who had lost large amounts of money to the scheme, worrying that many were tearful and showed signs of helplessness and even depression.
A recent study has shown that our dietary choices play a large part in this destruction. Prof Ron Milo of the Weizmann Institute hopes that the results of the study will affect the way people consume.
Roughly 600 students from the disadvantaged communities NKZN prepared to enter the working force, hopeful of making a success of their career choices.
Life in Pollsmoor Maximum Security Prison, said to be run by gangs who will not go easy on him, will be a far cry from his erstwhile lazy life of luxury. Here’s the lowdown.
YOUNG people who were part of the co-operatives registrations that were held in March last year in AbaQulusi are urged to collect their certificates.
Anyone who has passed by the hall in the Old Location can already tell the difference.
‘As a community, we faced so many issues with children walking so far from their homes in order to obtain books.’
There have been several reports of the vervet monkey sightings in town and Bruce and Sandi urge the public not to feed them, to avoid possible conflict.
Thirty-one British soldiers were killed in action, twenty-five were wounded and eleven were taken prisoner in the epic battle between the Boers and the British at Schepersnek.