Show your support for cancer survivors and see how long you can walk around the track at the 12-hour CANSA Relay for Life in Malalalane on October 28.
Residents were recently gifted medicinal trees and encouraged to plant and use them during an Arbor Week outreach project by the Kruger National Park (KNP).
With the Malelane Labour Centre reportedly closed for renovations, clients are urged to visit the centre in Mbombela to conduct their business.
Inspiration, a variety of fabulous items and delicious food was on the menu at Riverview Prep’s morning tea last Saturday.
South African day visitors will be able to visit any of the country’s national parks, including the Kruger, free of charge next week. The KNP is also planning an exciting line-up of activities in celebration of SANParks Week.
For the first time in over a decade, Onderbergers had the opportunity to marvel at a trapeze artist, laugh at a clown and be amazed by a magician, when Circus Royale visited the area last week.
Regular stop-and-search operations on the N4 have paid off numerous times for Kaapmuiden’s police force. Most recently they found five large bags of compressed dagga hidden in a vehicle.
A service delivery protest brought traffic in the Steenbok area, when residents blocked an access bridge in an attempt to get authorities to respond to their demands quicker.
A visit from the local fire department, tree planting and a market made for an eventful week at Riverview Prep.
In celebration of Spring Day, RCL Foods’ agricultural team at Mhlati will be planting 1 000 trees on RCL Foods farms during September.
Motivational speaker Bernard Goosen and several other community members and visitors wheeled, walked and jogged the distance between Crocodile Bridge and the Komatipoort CBD to make the needy aware that they can find professional help at the CMR.