The latest report from the Institute of Race Relations (IRR), Freeing Education, offers practical and easily implementable policy solutions to the failures in the South African education system.
2019 was a bit of a rocky year , but Leeto and Mokgadi started 2020 on a good note. After years of planning they have finally moved into their new home. And by the looks of it we now understand why it has taken so long. And it was well worth the wait. Situated in Turfloop, the house looks like a perfect cut out from a glossy magazine. With a series of triangular shapes the it still stands unapologetically modern. Difficult to miss and definitely the talk of the town.
And what better way than to celebrate it with family and friends in a warm and wholesome housewarming.
Congratulations Leeto and Mokgadi!
Skeem Saam is on your screens every weeknight at 18.30pm on SABC 1.Mzansi Fo Sho.
Skeem Saam meets Uzalo when Turfloop gets quite an unexpected visitor
This festive season, in true Skeem Saam style, viewers will be left on the edge of seats throughout the country. Never done on SABC television before, ‘Mzansi fo Sho’ will be orchestrating its very first crossover. Yes, that’s correct. Sister shows, Skeem Saam and Uzalo will be coming together to give us a drama filled and thrilling crossover.
He escaped from a prison in KZN some months ago, fled to Mozambique and now he's crossing the border into Limpopo, heading for Turfloop. ‘Mxolisi Xulu’ (brought to life by Nay Maps) from Uzalo arrives tonight and he has someone specific he has to see. But who is this special person? And what exactly is he doing in Turfloop? We don’t want to let the cat out of the bag too much, but all we can say, is that he might have some intentions that some Turfloopers might not be happy with.
Make sure you see this for yourself, tonight at 18.30pm only on SABC 1 Mzansi Fo Sho