19 July 2018


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Another Titanium Award for Witrand Hospital  

Witrand Hospital has done it again. The hospital has once more become a public health facility that is recognised by independent bodies for his excellence and this has earned Witrand a third Titanium Award.
The hospital scooped the Titanium Award for Health Facilities within the Public Sector at...read more

Zeerust-born activator empowers young boys

A 29-year-old activator from Mosweu village in Lehurutshe is recruiting young boys to embark on various dialogues and discussions on how to become caring men who don’t hurt women and children. 
Itumeleng Mogajane said his project was inspired by the increasing incidents of femicide ac...read more

Kgosikgolo Letlhogile o robadiwa boroko jwa bofelo

Boidiidi jwa batho go tswa gaufi le kgakala bo ne bo thologetse kwa Ganyesa kwa sedikeng sa Ngaka Ruth Segomotsi Mompati go itlhobogela le go boloka Kgosikgolo ya Barolong boo Tlou le Tau, Kgosi Mmusi Abner Letlhogile. 

Moswi Kgosi Letlhogile o tlogetse botshelo jo bo ka kwano mo kgweding ya Seetebosi...read more

Nkwinti condemns Hartebeespoort Dam pollution

Water and Sanitation Minister, Gugile Nkwinti, has warned that as long as the conditions in communities around the water sources do not change, there will always be difficulties that go on forever.
“Upstream must be properly identified as to where the pollution emanates from. Technical tea...read more

Integrity and professionalism vital for auditors

The auditing profession finds itself in a difficult space as a result of recent scandals involving auditing firms widely reported in the media. So says Dirk Strydom, Deputy Head of Technical at the Institute of Internal Audit of South Africa (IIASA).

Strydom was addressing internal auditors at the annual N...read more

Onkgopotse Tiro Memorial Lecture shares valuable lessons

A highly regarded intellectual and international researcher, Advocate Sipho Mantula, has called on government and South African citizens to ensure that the history of this country and its anti-apartheid struggle icons is properly documented.

Advocate Mantula said this when he delivered the 7th Onkgopotse T...read more

DPWR on the right trajectory towards quality road infrastructure

Although much still needs to be done, there is definitely ‘light at the end of the tunnel’

The state of disrepair of road infrastructure is not unique to Bokone Bophirima province, it is a plague shared with the rest of the country. 

During the 2017/18 budget of the Department of...read more

Road projects yield multi-pronged benefits to communities

Road projects are essential, not only for developing and improving the road network infrastructure or create employment for the duration of the project, but they also leave a long lasting economic legacy.

The Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) was created and implemented by government to skill local yo...read more

Coligny ‘sunflower murder’ trial postponed for two months

The murder trial that has become
popularly known as the Coligny ‘sunflower murder’ one has been postponed until 3 September
The North West High Court sitting in
Mahikeng has heard testimony from the
state’s key witness, Bonakele Pakisi and
then from o...read more