During National Wills Week, attorneys participating in the National Wills Week initiative will display posters with their contact details so that members of the public can make appointments with attorneys in their area.
This function venue is supporting Chereez’ road to recovery by hosting this fund-raiser and donating coffee, tea and platters.
Intelligent, committed, confident, determined and focused. These are some of the words one can use to define eight women at The Campus Project, on Streatley Avenue, in Auckland Park.
Every year thousands are diagnosed with leukaemia. For many of them, their only chance is to go for a bone marrow stem cell donation.
The second donation included over 60 blankets, a full box of brand new collars and leashes, tinned cat and dog food, cat and dog pellets and water bowls.
Questions still remain regarding the quality of treatment received by patients, judging by the numerous articles the Advertiser has published over the years covering numerous complaints.
Good news is that since January this year most of the members and other community members have been hired in a new development project taking place in Windmill Park.
Ntando Magaisa is also writing a book called ’19 Shots’ about the challenges young people face on a daily basis.
Caxton Local Media, in partnership with Battery Centre, is giving three lucky readers the chance of each winning a new battery.
Security technician Theunis de Bruin left work on June 2 at about 1pm and was not seen until now.
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