Living waters of hope: Living Waters of Hope is a Non-Profit Charity Organisation (NPO), situated in Roodepoort, West Rand, Gauteng. These are the current projects for the less fortunate in our community: Aid to the elderly (manicures, pedicures, visits), Stationary at the start of a school year, Soup kitchens in various areas, Distributing warm clothing and blankets in winter, Sandwiches to unemployed people on street corners, waiting for work opportunities, Monthly food parcels to needy families in crisis. We welcome any donations in the form of money donations, clothing and blankets. Section 18a certificates are available upon request, for tax purposes. www.lwoh.co.za or firstname.lastname@example.org
In this photo taken Wednesday May 3, 2017 and supplied by Marine Dynamics, a great white shark is autopsied on a beach in Gansbaai, South Africa. The formidable shark is just another meal to orca whales, which hunt in groups and can enjoy a diverse diet of seals, whales and a host of other marine species.
The Kenyan Premier League are consulting with their Spanish partners, La Liga, regarding the private packaging and selling of the local league's broadcast rights. At the same time, KPL have approached their legal team concerning SuperSport's abrupt termination of their multi-million broadcast rights sponsorship deal last month with a view of seeking redress in a court of law.
Well-known veteran radio presenter Darren Scott will be joining the OFM family from Monday, 3 July as the host of the brand-new afternoon drive show, Just Plain Drive on OFM. Scott will be replacing popular host of the Afternoon Delight, AndrA© Kunz, who is relocating with his family to Johannesburg.
Old Mutual issued an update on the performance of its South Africa banking unit Nedbank Group for the three months to 31 March on Thursday, saying the firm's managed operations continued to produce a “solid performance” during the period. The FTSE 100 firm said that, in a difficult socio political and macroeconomic environment, overall client activity and revenue growth at Nedbank was slower than expected, but that was partially offset by a better-than-expected credit loss experience.
Investec Plc , owner of a bank and money manager in South Africa and the U.K., posted full-year earnings that beat analyst estimates as assets under management and lending jumped. Net income for the 12 months ended March 31 climbed to 487.1 million pounds from 423.1 million pounds a year earlier, the London and Johannesburg-based lender said in a statement on Thursday.
Fossil remains of Homo naledi found in a South African cave might be the first evidence of another species of hominin coexisting with the first humans in Africa. This skull, part of a skeleton that scientists have named Neo, was found in the Lesedi Chamber of the Rising Star Cave system in South Africa.
After months of attacks by opposition parties, labor unions and the courts, South African President Jacob Zuma now appears to be on a collision course with a more dangerous adversary: his own ruling African National Congress.
May 17 South African retail group Steinhoff on Wednesday said it was kicking off a process to separately list its African retail businesses on the Johannesburg stock exchange which it said would avoid those assets being undervalued. The proposed listing is the latest move by billionaire Christo Wiese to bring more of his African retail assets under one roof to create a shopping giant.
A suspected illegal miner climbs out of a ventilation shaft used to access an abandoned gold shaft in Benoni, east of Johannesburg, Feb. 17, 2014. Police recovered 25 bodies, believed to be those of illegal miners, from a disused Harmony Gold mine shaft, near an area where 76 illegal miners died in 2009 in what was one of South Africa's worst mining disasters.
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