[Sports] Arrow’s struggle for top 8 continues

  Stve Kompela’s side, Golden Arrows shared the spoils with Bloemfountain Celtic after after playing 1-1 draw in a Absa Premiershhip match at Dr Molemela Stadium on Sunday.   In the first half of the game the visitors had the game in their hand but they could not salvage chances of goals they received.   After…..

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Social Development on removal of the Adoption Fee Clause

The nationanal Department of Social Development has taken a decision of removing the Adoption Fee Clause. Department of social development spokesperson Lumka Oliphant said there are 23 civil society organisations that form part of the National Child Care and Protection Forum (NCCPF) – including the National Adoption Coalition of South Africa. “This is supported by Section…..

[AbsaPrem] Kaizer Chiefs trashed Wits by 2-0

Kaizer Chiefs has managed to get their Absa Premiership campaign back on track following their victory against Bidvest Wits at Bidvest Stadium on Wednesday.   Amakhosi came to the game looking to restore their dignity after being beaten by Mamelodi Sundowns by 2-1 last Saturday.   Chiefs was tipped by both Sundowns and Orlando Pirates fans…..

World’s richest man Bezos and wife to divorce

Jeff Bezos, 54, and his 48-year-old wife MacKenzie, will divorce after 25 years of marriage, the couple announced on Wednesday morning. They did not provide a reason for their separation. However, it is alleged that he cheated with his wife’s friend “We have decided to divorce and continue our shared lives as friends,” they said in…..

DHET warns against phony colleges

IT is through understanding the terminology related to the National Qualifications Framework (NQF ) and accreditation and registration that one can avoid abuse by bogus education providers. That’s according to Dr Felicity Coughlan, director of The Independent Institute of Education. In a statement she said: “Terminology related to education in South Africa can be confusing, particularly…..

Avoid being victim of crime on campus

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS)has taken a decison of abandoning SMS channnels due to fraudulent activitivities. The scheme says they will no longer be communicating with students via SMSes durintg the 2019 academic year. NSFAS advised s to only use the myNSFAS Online Self-Service Portal to check their application status. NSFAS Administrator, Dr Randall…..

Details For 2019 DUT Registration

  2019 is the beginning of whatever you want it to be! Is this the year you want to further your studies? Or maybe the year you want to avoid the snake like queues and opt for online registration? Then you’ve come to the right University, that offers you all of above and more! For all…..

Family Tree denies 56 Million funding

Over the past few weeks, there have been numerous media articles and speculations surrounding some of the Durban events this festive season and the support and/or lack of support from certain organisations. To clear the air, yesterday at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, various organisations and event organisers held a press conference following the rumours that Cassper…..

Rising to the challenge of Sexual coercion

On The Real with the Agenda Feminist Media, they had a discussion about the issue of power and control called sexual coercion which is usually used by perpetrators of Gender Based Violence. Sexual coercion is an unwanted sexual activity that happens when you are pressured, tricked, threatened, or forced in a nonphysical way. Coercion can make…..

Marvel Comics Stan Lee dies at 95

Stan Lee, the former chairman of Marvel Comics, died yesterday morning in Los Angeles at age 95. Lee was best known for co-creating superheroes: Spider-Man, The X-Men, The Fantastic Four, the Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, Daredevil, Black Panther, and Doctor Strange, among others. As the top writer at Marvel Comics and later as its publisher, Lee…..

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