Sasol handover sanitisers to Wentworth Community

Sasol Limited 19 August 2020 Durban, South Africa – Sasol today donated 2000 litres of hand sanitisers to Wentworth Community. This donation is aimed at providing support in a fight against the spread of COVID-19. Tashin Singh, the Sasol Satellite Operations senior said they recognise the impact COVID-19 has had on business, employees and community …

KhoiSan Provincial Traditional Council of KZN

Since 1999  the National Khoisan Council was formed by the late President Nelson Mandela to act as a negotiating forum to address the constitutional accommodation of the Khoisan San in South Africa. The Traditional Council was established under the leadership of Prince Raymond Trollip, the elected president of KPTC-KZN on 06 March 2020, in Pietermaritzburg. …

Joy Williams-The Gully Pastor

Every successful entrepreneur started somewhere. There’s no “magic pill” that effortlessly launches you out of your cubicle confinement and into the free world of entrepreneurship.  The truth is, great success in business grows from just one, tiny seed. For some, the dream to be your own boss takes  a long time, even years, before it …

Woman Of The Year-Norma Mclou

Women’s Day is a time to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women, who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their communities. This Women’s Month we celebrate founder and chairperson of Malibongwe, Norma Mclou as Kairos News’ Women Of The …

The Rock of the Austerville Community

The phrase wathint’ abafazi, wathint’ imbokodo (“you strike a woman, you  strike a rock”) has come to represent women’s courage and strength in South Africa. Women’s Day is a time to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary …

Greta Apelgren: Grace Under Pressure

Most people credit the abolition of apartheid to many organisations and leaders, such as the African National Congress and Nelson Mandela. It is, however, unlikely that most would think of the women who retaliated against the oppression in honour of their communities and well-being. Colonialism and apartheid affected women in different ways than their male …