This annual conference, now in its sixth year, addresses the challenges women face today in the corporate world through an examination of the real-life experiences of successful South African women.
Live Arts Little Theatre (LALT) hosted their very last show at their LALT building situated at The Terminal Life and Style Centre. The #CoinsForChange charity event aimed at raising funds for their move to their new vibrant property in Beyers Park.
It was a fun-filled day for families who came out to support the event as they browsed the stalls while listening to live entertainment in the Strelitzia hall, on August 5.
The National Cat Society held a prestigious cat show at the Boksburg Civic Centre on August 5.
A total of 14 lucky winners won a Suzuki Swift at all branches of Meat World countrywide. In Boksburg, Leon Pestana walked away with a brand new Suzuki Swift.
Security Specialist, Mike Bolhuis was the invited guest speaker at the monthly East Rand Business Women meeting held at Summer Place, on August 2.
A number of towns and cities across the country – from Johannesburg to the Klein Karoo – “walked for Jesus” on July 30.
IEMAS Financial Services and Matcom Printers respectively donated sanitary pads to the learners at Ramaphosa Primary School, on July 28.
People from all walks of life spent their 67 minutes to celebrate Nelson Mandela’s birthday by making a difference in their communities. Acting on the idea that each person has the power to change the world, Ravenswood-based Tuckers Inc spent their 67 minutes painting the bedrooms at House of Mercy.
The Rotary Club of Boksburg Lake hosted an induction and awards breakfast ceremony at the Little Neros Restaurant, on July 9. Martin Stokes has been elected as the new club president and Linda Stokes as the Rotary Anns president.