What
  • Accommodation
  • Antiques
  • Attractions
  • Automotive
  • Bakery
  • Bar
  • Barber
  • Beauty Salon
  • Bed and Breakfast
  • Bridal Dresses
  • Bridesmaid Dresses
  • Business Services
  • Butchery
  • Cake Maker
  • Catering
  • Clothing
  • Coffee Shop
  • Community
  • Contractors
  • Cultural
  • Education
  • Entertainment
  • Fitness
  • Furniture
  • Gardens and Landscaping
  • Government
  • Guest House
  • Hair Salon
  • Hardware
  • Health and Beauty
  • Healthcare
  • Hotel
  • Legal Services
  • Male Grooming
  • Markets
  • Online Shopping
  • Organic Foods
  • Paint Shop
  • Pets
  • Photographer
  • Property
  • Restaurants
  • Services
  • Shopping
  • Shuttle Service
  • Spa
  • Sportswear
  • Taxi
  • Traditional Dress
  • Transport
  • Tutoring
  • Wedding Accessories
  • Wedding Photographers
  • Weddings
Where
07 September

Given the chance to rewrite a life partly spent in exile and returning to home soil to rise through the public service ranks is something retired Secretary of Defence Dr Sam Gulube would politely decline. “If you [tell my] 22 year-old [self] today and say that the apartheid system is here, would I do anything […]

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31 August

Nomahlubi Nazo credits a former employer’s decision not to grant her leave as one of the propellants that pushed her closer to her dream of running her own business. Instead of sulking, Nazo took it in her stride and decided to enter her dormant company into a competition. “I entered a business competition and I […]

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28 August

A childhood memory wherein a friend was attacked by dogs led Zandile Mbonxa to make a pinkie promise to herself that she would never have anything to do with animals. While nobody has a one-way ticket to peak into his or her future, Mbonxa would have probably laughed at the thought that she would one […]

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26 August

Ask any woman who has ascended to a prominent role in a male-dominated field just how hard she has had to work and you’re likely to get a sarcastic rolling of the eyes or a sigh of disbelief. Jennifer Dikeledi Ntlatseng is the new head of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID). She is the […]

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25 August

While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc across the world, it has also brought key lessons for not only individuals but also business and government alike. As more continues to be discovered about the pandemic, its arrival has tested the mettle and resilience of communities, as citizens, business and state institutions have been forced […]

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21 August

In times of crisis and uncertainty, it is human nature to bury one’s head in the sand with the hope that one will not cross hairs with an impending storm. While there are those who will wish the storm away, others make a conscious decision to dive into the eye of the storm. Monique Schoombie […]

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14 August

Like many looking forward to what is undoubtedly one of the most important days in their lives, Shesnee Naidoo did all she could to ensure that her dream wedding day goes off without a hitch. Like any woman about to tie the knot, fitting into her dream wedding dress was among the top things on […]

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09 August

Stern, strong women, with an aversion to any form of childhood nonsense, have raised many good men and women, often in times of great difficulties, with the hope that their children will make a difference in an ever-evolving world. “Our parents played a very important role, especially our mother. Our father was very active in […]

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27 July

South Africa like many countries around the world, dipped its toes into uncharted waters with the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 and the imposition of lockdowns worldwide have become the norm in efforts to stop the spread of the virus. The initial stage of South Africa’s lockdown brought to halt life, as we know […]

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18 July

In the midst of the COVID-19 storm, citizens are rallying together to cushion the blow of a pandemic that is not only taking the lives of many, but is also playing Russian Roulette with the livelihoods of those left to pick up the pieces. With today marking Day 114 of South Africa’s lockdown, there is […]

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