Yearly Archives: 2016

16 May

Brave Girl Facing The Odds

By Sherole Webster Chade van Niekerk has spent most of her life in the children’s wards of different hospitals in Jo’burg before she was officially diagnosed with a rare digestive system disorder in 2014. This 6-year-old girl, suffers from hollow visceral myopathy. What this means, is that her internal muscles no longer have the ability

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16 May

Caring4Girls goes global

Caring4Girls has been invited to the inaugural Oxford Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) Conference on Wednesday 15thJune 2016, hosted at the prestigious St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. According to the Oxford Menstrual Hygiene Management Conference Committee, the aim of the conference is to bring together global academics, researchers, activists, NGO’s and

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09 May

Winter is Coming… Chase the Sun

The season to hibernate and watch Netflix with some hot chocolate in hand. When the cold weather has fully settled in, getting out of bed becomes a mission!  Traffic backs up all the way from Cape to Cairo and, of course, the dreaded flu rears its ugly head and leaves you stuffy-nosed and red-cheeked. Why

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11 Apr

The Energy Trilemma

By Irene Basson     Thebe Times caught up with Sizwe Mncwango (CEO Thebe Energy & Resources) to talk about the energy trilemma facing South Africa.

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11 Apr

A REMATCH FOR Osborne “Big Daddy” MACHIMANA

Osborne “Big Daddy” Machimana began boxing in 1995. From 1998 – 2000 he was the South African amateur heavyweight champion and during 2000 he also represented the country at the All Africa Games. In November of that year he turned professional and gradually worked his way through the ranks, including successfully representing South Africa in Japan in 2004 and 2005. THE COMEBACK Phela

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