Home Affairs has taken note of a message purported to be from the Department announcing that the lifespan of the green barcoded ID book comes to an end on 31 March 2018.
Shoppers, get ready to swipe your credit and debit cards, as the countdown to Black Friday (November 24) has begun.
The Christmas period is always a pressurised time of the year for the SA National Blood Service (SANBS).
The South African Responsible Gambling Foundation (SARGF) defines problem gambling as when a person has the continuous urge to gamble despite the negative consequences that may occur as a result.
A top company in the electrical equipment sector, ACTOM-Boksburg, recently sponsored the Reiger Park SAPS’s netball team with kit.
Don’t miss the Print Exclusive, Baby-swap ordeal: Mom speaks out, in today’s Advertiser (dated November 24).
The 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children is on our doorstep once again.
Concerned citizens have started asking questions relating to the environmental process with regards to the construction of a new Builders Warehouse on North Rand Road, Bardene.
Make a difference to a needy organisation by supporting the Atlasville Organisation’s Christmas Carols evening on December 16, from 5.30pm, in the park on the corner of Dodo Street and Nightingale Road.
Thursday, November 16 marked an important day in the history of Ramaphosa township and the life of businessman Mancha Nkoana as Pick n Pay officially opened a store at the township’s Stallion Shopping Centre.
As the proud host of the DEMO Africa Conference, the Ekurhuleni metro will be hosting the anticipated conference from Thursday, 23 to 24 November at Birchwood Hotel and Conference Centre in Boksburg.