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Wednesday, October 17th, 2018


Limpopo Launches an Annual Festival showcasing the best of World Music Talent

All roads lead to the Giyani Stadium on Saturday 27th October for a live music experience. New Kid on the block Baks & Daks Entertainment launches their much -anticipated record label. This will also be the 1st of what is set to be an annual event. The music festival sees World Music Legends like the multi award winning King of Xitsonga Music and Presidential Order of Ikhamanga recipient, Dr. Thomas Chauke gracing the stage. This performance is special to the music icon as it sees his dream of a moreRead More

Meet the Malt Masters at Whisky Live Festival

The turnout of high-calibre Whisky connoisseurs at 2017’s Whisky & Spirits Live Festival is evidence of South Africa’s importance to the global whisky and spirits market. According to the Scotch Whisky Association, Scotch Whisky continues to be one of the most popular spirits across the globe and demand is driven from a diverse range of markets. South Africa was ranked the 9th largest export market in the world for Scotch whisky, importing £114m in 2017, equating to 52 million bottles! This year, from 31 October to 2 November, whisky andRead More

#PageantWithAPurpose Goes to Work on Mental Health Awareness

With October being Mental Health Awareness Month in South Africa, the Miss Gauteng Exclusive pageant is using the platform to raise awareness on mental health issues, including social anxiety / social awkwardness, addictions, substance abuse (Nyaope), bipolar, schizophrenia, eating disorders, the risk and influencing factors, self-harming behaviour and suicide, post-traumatic stress disorder, postpartum depression, not dealing with childhood trauma and depression, amongst others. The campaign aims educate the public in order to reduce stigmas and discrimination on people who suffer with mental health issues. This #pageantwithapurpose, now in its secondRead More

What to do when your car is damaged by potholes

Around the country, no matter which road you drive on, you’re likely to encounter a pothole. In a recent poll that asked South Africans which cities they considered to have the worst potholes, the majority (47%) believe that Johannesburg leads the pack, followed by East London with 23% and then Durban and Bloemfontein – both with a respective 10% each. Whether caused by severe weather conditions or poor maintenance, potholes are a major issue that motorists are faced with. Not only does it make driving difficult and in many casesRead More