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Generational liberator!

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Sihle Nzimakwe is a young idealist, a visionary and initiator of note, he is better described as man of less talk and more action. Nzimakwe is the former Provincial Secretary of the PYB in KwaZulu-Natal. He is passionate and very sensitive about youth empowerment. In the past years he has …

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Skilling the youth for construction sector!


SETA is currently sponsoring a programme in Construction and Supervision spearheaded by Souls 4 Life. This programme assists 50 hopeful youths from Empangeni, Macekane and surrounding areas in being equipped with the relevant skills, and later placed in employment in various construction companies. The aim of the programme is youth …

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Youth leader encourages a healthy lifestyle!

Sihle Nzimakwe leading the healthy lifestyle campaign!

We often hear about resolutions that are taken in summit’s and conferences that talk about “Vision 2030, Vision 2060”, the truth is nature may not allow current leaders to take initiative in implementing those resolutions due to age or perhaps other unforseen circumstances. Howerver, the current generation stands a chance …

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Foskor takes a girl child to work!


Over 15 Girls from Nongweleza High School, Ngwelezane were given a very unique lifetime experience to get an opportunity job shadow careers of their choice at Foskor. The programme is spearheaded by Thembile Jobe who heads the Corporate Social Investment, Public Relations and Communications of the company. The students were …

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Young blood joins the council!

Exclusive: Conversation With Skhumbuzo Mabaso

Skhumbuzo Mabaso(36) grew up in the rural area of Amatigulu, Ward 15 under uMlalazi Municipality  where he did his lower primary schooling, in 1990 he then moved to Eskhaleni, Ward 22. In his early 20’s he discovered his love for politics. Years later after being an active in politics he …

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Greytown Creative Fair


Planning for the next Fair at the Greytown Museum is well underway. Nothing ever stays the same and change is good! This year Kate & Suzanne have changed the name of the Fair from ‘Greytown Arts Fair’ to ‘Greytown Creative Fair’. The idea is to concentrate more on original, beautiful …

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