12.12.2019 03:48 pm
24 hours in pictures
There are a number of legendary workplaces worldwide: places where people can eat, play, get a haircut, do their banking, shop, enjoy magnificent views – and even sleep!
From knowing when you need emergency medical assistance to sending a tow-truck you can track, and providing roadside assistance, to a person to wait with you if you feel unsafe, and a lift where you need to go – there’s Guardian Angel on Call for every eventuality on the road. Just in case.
Try these handy tips that help create the illusion of space.
Bespoke designer Siyabonga Chezi’s personality shines through in the pieces he makes.
Designers from three provinces will create Expression of Colour kitchens.
A place to cook a delicious meal and enjoy relaxing quality time with the people close to you.
Residents from Zandspruit have started to clean up and rebuild after the storm while the residents at The Wedge in Honey Dew are moving out of the complex because it is unsafe and in no condition to live in after the storm.
Despite the rainy weather conditions members of the DA gathered at the Zoo lake where they marched to Saxonworld with leader Mmusi Maimane stating that “If you want the right address for a capture site its here in Saxonworld where the Guptas have captured President Jacob Zuma.”
The structural rehabilitation project was launched in November 2015 and combined with the other M1 double decker rehabilitation project is estimated at R 210 million and was carried out by the Johannesburg Roads Agency. Many had adjusted their travel times to accommodate the traffic deviations and road closures.
This weekend saw a multitude of music and motorcycle lovers gather at the Pure & Crafted festival which was presented by BMW Motorrad. From the moment gates opened at 11am, people streamed into the festival grounds to enjoy the daytime activities and the nighttime party vibe, which only ended at 1:30am. With everything from live […]
Students seeking financial support for the 2017 academic year can still apply for their share of R20 million worth of bursaries from the Shoprite Group’s bursary programme.
The Club 808 co-host and Touch Central radio host will perform from 10am at no cost to revellers.