May 2019

SAWEA WELCOMES GWEDE MANTASHE AS NEW ENERGY MINISTER

The South African Wind Energy Association (SAWEA) has issued a statement of support, in response to President Ramaphosa’s unveiling of the national executive of the country’s sixth administration, which sees Cabinet-veteran, Minister Gwede Mantashe, take over the Energy portfolio from Jeff Radebe.READ MORE

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COMMUNITY-BASED SCHOOL CLUBS ROLL OUT

Following the success of a pilot learner maths club programme, which was implemented in two Hankey community schools during 2018, a full roll out across twelve schools in Hankey, Patensie, Sea Vista and Jeffreys Bay kicked-off this week.READ MORE

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WIND ENERGY CONFERENCE OPENS DOORS FOR AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT

As concerns around energy security in South Africa grow, so does it for the rest of the continent, where access to energy plagues close to 1 billion people in Sub-Saharan Africa alone. It is therefore befitting that this year’s Windaba conference will bring together industry leaders, investors, power producers and pioneers to discuss ways in which wind power can be unleashed to address South Africa’s economic development and that of the countries north of our borders.  

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LOCAL DESIGNER ADDS COBBLER TO HER MILLINER BUSINESS

Local Noupoort resident, Martha Ntombi Mosoane, epitomises the spirit of entrepreneurship, grabbing hold of the opportunities that life presents her whilst eliminating hindrances and distractions.  At a time that artisanship’s are being overlooked, Ntombi has learnt the art of millinery and has now added cobbling as another arrow in her quiver.READ MORE

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A VOICE TO SPEAKING OUT ABOUT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN LEAD UP TO CHILD PROTECTION WEEK

In the lead up to National Child Projection Week, 28 to 4 June, a three day children and youth awareness project on domestic violence, was recently held by the South African National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SANCA), in Loeriesfontein.  The sessions focused on helping children affected by domestic upheaval, better identify, understand and share their troubled emotions. READ MORE

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