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Cool Android apps to use this #WomensMonth

These Android apps can used to entertain, amuse and inform yourself. Why not give it a try this Women’s Month? DStv Now Whether you are defrosting in the winter sun or holding down the fort at home you can stream live TV or catch up on your favourite series, movies and sport highlights with the…

Attendees empowered at recent conference

Among the high profile women present were Prof Shahida Cassim, Dr R Sibande, Dr Devi Rajab, judge, Kate Pillay, advocate, Nontembiso Mamani and TV personality, Sindy Mabe.

Omeida Senior Citizens celebrate women

Chairman of Omeida Senior Citizen’s Club, Steve Naidoo, said that every year they bring about awareness during this important month so that all women know that they are respected and are important.

Planned fishing trip turns to tragedy

The elderly man sustained gunshot wounds to his head and chest and was declared dead at the scene. Cpt Naidoo confirmed that a case of murder has been opened and that nothing was taken during the incident.

Fishing community encouraged to make their voices heard

Oral submissions from members of the public will be heard during the public hearings on the Marine Spatial Planning Bill presented by the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Environmental Affairs.

Men in blue treated to a delicious breakfast

The SAPS men were served with scrumptious breakfast and received motivational talks from station commander, Col Santha Moodley and Pastor Brennan Daubberman, from CRC Ballito.

ATM set alight in Tongaat

Reaction officers responded to the scene after being informed of the incident. Upon arrival, a Standard Bank ATM was found to have been set alight.

Feedy Needy continues to bring bright smiles

Feedy Needy would like to extend a hearty thanks to Deshni from Just Flour, Shivona from Alexander Forbes, and Mrs Harinarain from Verulam, for their continuous support and assistance in bringing bright smiles to less fortunate children.

Man accused of raping minor released on bail

Phoenix SAPS communications officer, Cpt Louise Naidoo, said it is sad that most of the time, rape cases are perpetrated by people who should be protecting victims.

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