She was talking to SAfm’s Masechaba Ndlovu on Monday evening as the radio station celebrates powerful women during Women’s Month.
The climb is a partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the Imbumba Foundation and teammates range from media personalities to corporate executives.
Khunou uses his participation in marathons to raise funds for the needy and raise awareness for people living with disabilities.
Primary school told to pay for water tankers.
For members of the Rastafarian community it’s an economic opportunity, but some want it shut down.
For members of the Rastafarian community in the Eastern Cape it’s an economic opportunity, but some want it shut down.

Company goes under, leaves R164m housing project unfinished

No houses for some, unfinished houses for others in Mdantsane RDP project.

Surf boosts career confidence with Soweto workshop

Youth unemployment is a global issue which Surf seeks to eradicate, by providing the youth with soft skills needed to help them pursue their career dreams.

Man set alight in scuffle over municipal tender

Small business owner Vuyani Zinto says a ward committee member poured petrol over him when he tried to stop a fencing and flooring project.

Why Gal Lusky works to save lives in war-torn places

Her goal was to complete her education, find a job, and get on with her life, but then a harsh reality struck.

‘Fundamentally racist’ land reform report faces ongoing opposition

The idea that white ownership of land is bad follows a ‘selective approach to history’, according to AfriForum.

Air Traffic and Navigation Services to host ‘Take a Boy to Work’ initiative

Participants from across the country are boys aged 16 to 18 years from Grades 11 and 12 who had performed well in maths, physics and English. 

IN PICS: Memorial service of legendary Johnny Clegg brings SA to tears

Proceedings were led by Dr John Kani, with many prominent musicians in attendance to pay tribute to Clegg’s legendary career and persona.

Where are the investigative journalists, asks Mogoeng

The chief justice has asked where investigative journalists who unveil corruption in all spheres of business can be found.

WATCH LIVE: Johnny Clegg memorial service

Watch the memorial service of South African music legend Johnny Clegg this afternoon.

The ‘universally targeted white male’ is a ‘scapegoat’ – Zille

The former Cape Town premier railed against ‘wokeness’, identity politics and ‘victimhood culture’ in a speech at the Liberal Club.

Design of new R2 coin features minibus taxi

The coin is part of the ‘Freedom of Movement and Residence’ series that features commemorative circulation coins.

PICS: Mercy Foundation gives pupils a lasting gift

For children who are often assumed to be disruptive or performing poorly academically, the issue of eye testing often goes undetected.

Home affairs portfolio committee joins Twitter, already flooded by issues

The portfolio committee has launched their Twitter handle to bridge the communication gap.

Young Cape preacher Pickard Henn denies comparing ‘gay people to Hitler’

The former steroid-abusing bodybuilder claims he cannot explain why he’s being targeted with untrue reports about his evangelising.

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