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Riverside Sun Hotel offers peace of mind to their guests

If you want to forget about the busy life of Johannesburg and you also don’t want to spend a lot of money travelling, think no further than RIVERSIDE SUN HOTEL. The city of Gold is sometimes stressing because of the hectic congestion on the road and also the number of people walking on the streets, hence its important from time to time to go on holiday. The Riverside Sun hotel is a naturally beautiful venue spread out along the banks of the majestic Vaal River, with immaculate gardens and perfectlyRead More

In Good Company Experience Returns with a Riveting Business Festival Curated x Women

Following the successful inaugural #InGoodCompanyExperience in 2018, this year ladies in business are in for a treat with the business festival confirmed for 24 August 2019 at Steyn City. According to In Good Company’s founder and CEO, Jabulile Gwala there has been a growth of women empowerment events over the years which is imperative, because it is incumbent on women to claim this space to tackle the Gender Diversity & Inclusivity global crisis hands on. “We have come to master the art of real talk & inspiring each other. LastRead More


There’s a nip in the air -a sure sign that winter is on its way and it’s time to get ready for the cold days. Thankfully, The Crazy Store has plenty of products that will help keep those chills at bay. From hot water bottles and heating pads to gloves, beanies and slippers there’s no need to shiver in your home this winter. Beat thechill with the best winter warmers from The Crazy Store. The Crazy Store has over 370 stores nationwide to cater for convenience and ease of shopping.Read More

Fuelling Futures delivers hope and inspiration to women & young professionals

Hope and inspiration, against the odds, are at the heart of a powerful new leadership memoir called Fuelling Futures, From Influence to Impact, by overcomer, Tshepiso Phosa – who started life in her activist mother’s womb in prison 28 years ago and has risen to great heights as a director, philanthropist, and entrepreneur – and Timothy Maurice Webster, author and brain & brand expert. In her young life, Tshepiso has survived a rape incident, physically abusive relationships, and at her lowest fuel point, she once tried to take her ownRead More

Kaizer Chiefs striker Parker’s biggest goal is to be a great father

It was a school teacher who one day put his hands on the desk of Bernard Parker, looked him in the eyes and told him what an unbelievable talent he had for football. And for the now legendary Kaizer Chiefs striker, this teacher is one of what he describes as the many fathers he’s been blessed to have in his life. “That teacher said he would help me to gain exposure for my talent, and then the rest was up to me,” says Parker. “He took me for my firstRead More


Cricket South Africa (CSA) and KFC are celebrating a decade of partnership with the start of the 10th KFC Mini-Cricket National Seminar in George, Western Cape. “This is truly something to celebrate together, KFC has been a loyal sponsor and supporter of South African cricket sponsoring the game at many levels from grassroots development cricket, right up to the sponsorship of the Standard Bank Proteas T20 International series,” commented CSA Chief Executive Thabang Moroe. “The KFC Mini-Cricket programme is one of the most impactful and significant development programmes in theRead More

Uber partners with Old Mutual to bring driver-partners financial literacy sessions

Driver-partners in South Africa are extremely important to Uber and for this reason, Uber is proud to bring back the Old Mutual Financial Literacy Sessions for driver-partners at no cost to them. The education sessions, which will run weekly for the next 24 months, kicked off at Uber’s Green Light Hub (driver support centres) in Johannesburg where a number of drivers attended. Thulani, a driver-partner who attended the first session said,” The session is very important for all small business owners, I have learnt so much from attending and IRead More


The much-awaited Carling Black Label Cup which features the Soweto giants, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates has once again proven why it remains one of the biggest fixtures on the sporting calendar. Tickets to the football spectacle have officially sold out with just 12 days to match day at the iconic FNB Stadium on the 27th of July 2019. Over the past seven years, the support from South African football fans has distinguished the extraordinary derby from others as it gives the fans the power to influence the starting line-up.Read More

All-women mountaineering team sets sights on new 9 Peak Challenge record

Two members of the first all-women team from Africa scheduled to climb Mt Everest in 2020 are attempting to complete the South African 9 Peaks Challenge in August this year – covering 141km of hiking, 7,888m of vertical ascent, and 5,298km of driving – as the first women-only team to do it. The 9 Peaks Challenge involves the ascent of the highest point of each province in South Africa, with strict adherence to set rules to successfully challenge a category record. The clock starts at the foot of the firstRead More

John ready for Talsker Whisky Atlantc Challenge

John Dempster is a 25-year-old South African rower living with mental health issues. In December 2019 John will attempt to row solo 3 000 nautical miles across the Atlantic Ocean in the 2019 Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge. John has created an organisation, Watering the Mind, and has partnered with The South Africa Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) to use the challenge to inspire South Africans suffering from mental health issues to seek help and break the stigma surrounding their suffering.