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Make saving a priority amid looming global recession

As economists warn of a looming global recession, South African consumers are already feeling the pinch. Fuel prices are at record levels, essential grocery...

Google.co.za is down

South Africans searching the local google domain are currently met with an error page that shows the requested URL can't be retrieved; neither is...

Eskom says possibility of stage six load-shedding for tonight is high

Eskom has announced that South Africans might have to brace for stage six load shedding, from 5 pm tonight (Tuesday), as the parastatal battles...

FSSO returns to the Sand

On Saturday, 4 June, the Free State Symphony Orchestra (FSSO) will be returning to the Sand du Plessis stage for a symphony concert. The...

“Green” plumbing drives demand for IOPSA members

Enterprising South African property developers are increasingly exploring ways of using water more efficiently. This trend has seen an increase in demand for qualified...

Missing South Africans found in one of the world’s largest canyons

The South African tourists that were previously reported missing in the Fish River Canyon, Namibia, have been found. A broadcast journalist from Future Media News...

How to recycle – A step by step guide

To encourage more South Africans to recycle, Polyco PRO (Plastics Responsibility Organisation), has launched its Million+ How to Recycle Series, which guides users on...

Shoprite bursaries applications now open

Applications for the Shoprite Group’s bursary programme are now open for the 2022 and 2023 academic years. Shoprite encourages registered university students with a 65%...

Kovsies join Proteas for Quad Series

Kovsie Sport reported this week that two of the University of the Free State’s stalwarts form part of the Protea contingent that will start...

Study Buddy Fund Scholarship to Support 70 Matriculants Across SA

The South African education system has been hit hard during the pandemic with the future of many young people hanging in the balance. Coca-Cola Beverages...

7 tips to make your money stretch further this January

January is acknowledged as a tough month for many South Africans. Zululand Observer reports, this is especially true if the festive season was ‘a little...

Spreading love over festive season

Feed 500, an initiative started by husband and wife Calvin and Nombulelo Mpuru, aims to not only give back to the needy of Bloemfontein...

Dial a rug is flipping the script on Black Friday

Dial A Rug is giving its clientele a surprise by making available Black Friday deals through the whole month of November. What’s available? A relatively...

Vooma: Here is where to get your shot in Mangaung

President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on all South African citizens who are not yet vaccinated, to join the Vooma Vaccination Weekend from November 12...

Load shedding stage to escalate over weekend

Eskom on Friday announced it would be implementing stage 2 load shedding as units were taken offline at the Kendal power station. However, South Africans...

Suzuki Auto South Africa is swimming against the tide

Suzuki Auto SA has just broken its month-old sales record. Not by a few units, but by more than 600 units in a single...

Fully vaccinated South African travellers now welcome in Phuket

In an attempt to boost the crippling tourism industry, Thailand announced its ‘sandbox scheme’ – first introduced in July – would now welcome fully...

Business bill to ease red tape

The aptly titled and much talked about Ease of Doing Business Bill is a step in the right direction towards reducing the notorious red...