The Phakama Women's Academy Class of 2015 has been inducted at a launch where the 32 successful candidates in this year's programme were introduced to their mentors and primed for all that lies ahead on the course.
The Universal Church of the Kingdom of God's annual Good Friday service was attended by thousands of members who traveled from regions throughout Gauteng and from other provinces to join one another at the Ellis Park precinct for an uplifting service of prayer and preaching. When the Ellis Park Stadium was full, members filled the adjacent Johannesburg Stadium with crowds sitting on the cricket fields where they watched the proceedings on large screens....
Advertising agency Blueprint SA, in partnership with O'Brian advertising agency and Elements advertising agency, recently hosted the Jacob G. Zuma Foundation fundraising dinner at Michelangelo Hotel in Sandton.
Northlink College, one of the biggest public FET Colleges in the country, continued with its 10th anniversary celebrations by inviting local businesses, which have supported them over the past decade, to a business breakfast during October 2012.
The Radio Advertising Bureau South Africa (RAB) recently hosted its third annual RadioWorks Conference. Comments Zama Thango, RAB content specialist, "One of the most talked-about highlights was the 'must see' fun skits created by MCs Azania Mosaka and 'Ray-Ray' Mphande that played on the many misperceptions about radio. Thoroughly enjoyed by delegates. Must-see viewing!".
During September the celebrations of Northlink College's 10th anniversary continued with a special VIP function, which was held at the Bellville Civic Theatre for a selected group of industry and other stakeholders to say "thank you" for their support during the past decade.
On day two of the Cavendish Square LIFTED school arts project in association with Plascon, Grade 7 Learners from Bishops and Rustenburg worked alongside one another to create highly individual artworks.
Among the shortlist for the 2012 Sony World Photography Awards Student Focus competition, announced on Tuesday, 7 February 2012, is Nina Grindlay from Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, for her Nightclub Portrait Series (the dance).
More than 12,800 entries were received from over 350 schools for the second round of the Computer Applications Olympiad, an initiative that seeks to nurture and reward computer application skills in High School students.