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What You See Is What You Get… Or Is It?

It’s no secret that coronavirus has wreaked havoc globally and the subsequent lockdown has seen many forced to cancel their holiday plans for the foreseeable future. But, there is light at the end of the tunnel, according to Shaun Lamont,…

Huge Response From Educators For Free Training In Teaching Remotely

There has been great response to the first phase of free training being offered to educators to upskill them in teaching remotely with confidence during the lockdown. Many educators are challenged by a new reality of remote learning induced by…

Tourism KZN Launches Inspirational Video To Stay Number One

If the warm response to an inspirational video of KwaZulu-Natal’s tourist attractions is anything to go by, local communities will be at the vanguard of kickstarting the hospitality and tourism sectors that lay dormant during the lockdown. KwaZulu-Natal’s provincial tourism…

SARLA Teams Up With SPAR For Charity

The South African Rugby Legends Association (SARLA) is challenging its members and supporters to join the #SPARdonate COVID Challenge in aid of under-privileged South African communities in need. The challenge is simple, and anyone can do it. Just take a…

Who Does Not Love A Burger?

The legendary dish that we know and relish today has come a long way since its original creation, gradually evolving over the decades from its humble roots to being considered as everything from a tasty basic fast food to a…

World Rugby launches Women Coaching Rugby

The Toolkit is designed to create a robust framework and pathway to address barriers facing women in rugby DUBLIN, Ireland, May 8, 2020/ — The World Rugby (www.World.Rugby) toolkit aims to assist unions in increasing the number of female rugby…

Educators offered free training in teaching remotely

Many educators are challenged by a new reality of remote learning induced by the coronavirus lockdown, and to upskill them, teachers are being offered a chance to receive free training in teaching remotely with confidence. The dramatic shift from classroom…

MANCOSA provides protection for Covid’s frontline soldiers

With the coronavirus putting severe strain on health and nutrition, private higher education institution MANCOSA has distributed thousands of packs of personal protective equipment (PPE) to safeguard healthcare workers and food hampers for the poor. As the government battles the…

Noda’s Smart licensing offers solution for stranded elearners

Retail music specialist, Music Now, which has entertained millions of shoppers for over 25 years, has used the Covid-19 lockdown to fine tune an innovative content delivery mechanism that will help solve one of the biggest problems faced by learners…

Renishaw Hill’s landscaper, Elsa Pooley, shares her lockdown gardening

The national lockdown and phasing in of economic activity will keep South Africans home-bound for a while yet, but this does provide homeowners with ample opportunity to spend some much-needed time in the garden. South African landscaper, Elsa Pooley –…

Tea can lower anxiety to improve mental and physical health during COVID-19 pandemic

Every society across the globe is being impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, with the effects being felt across every sector of life. The heightened levels of anxiety – whether conscious or not – are detrimental to health and wellbeing, impacting…

The Way Forward: How Africa Can Make a Comeback from the Oil & Gas Downturn

There has been a ray of hope: a landmark production-cut agreement among OPEC, OPEC+ and G20 stakeholders on April 12 put an end to the oil price war JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, May 4, 2020/ — Stunning drops in crude oil…

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