Ngoako Matsha

Out on the town

The <i>M&G</i> rounds up the top cheap(ish) thrills to be had in Jo'burg, Cape Town & Durban as the festive season winds down.

Merry black and white shopping

Maponya Mall's Christmas theme is strictly Western, but its Santas are multicultural.

LoveLife helps youth redirect their lives

<i>Mpintshi</i> volunteers are helping young people make life choices that will protect them against HIV.

Police arrested for Lonmin staff attacks

Police have finally made a breakthrough in the three-year saga of intimidation and attacks on Lonmin Western Platinum refinery employees in Brakpan.

Transnet commits R68bn to improve rail infrastructure

Transnet Freight Rail has set aside more than R68-billion to improve its infrastructure over the next three years.

Men take a battering too

An organisation is being set up to combat the 'hidden crime' of battered men.

Success lies in holistic approach

The judges praised Fetola's innovative and holistic approach to development and said it has made great strides in improving the livelihoods of people.

Creating dignity in the inner city

The judges praised the trust for going where banks had not been ­prepared to venture -- Trust for Urban Housing Finance.

Call for climate financing system

Next month's COP17 climate talks are likely to turn into a political battlefield.

University of Venda science centre serves rural schools

The Vuwani Science Centre, based in the dusty Vuwani village, is one of the University of Venda's flagship community engagement programmes.

Staff targeted in platinum theft ruckus

Eight employees at the Lonmin process division smelter in Marikana have been suspended after refusing a company demand to declare their assets.

The heavies Lonmin hired

Management at Lonmin's Western Refinery have admitted that they gave confidential information about employees to private investigators.

Press Releases