The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) will be celebrating Nelson Mandela Day on 18 July, through various activation's and campaigns to mark the international icon's 95th birthday. SABC in partnership with J4Joy Foundation and Umhlobo Wenene FM have been involved in the reconstruction of Mpako Junior Secondary School in Mqanduli Village near Umthatha, Eastern Cape.
Let’s continue to celebrate Mandela Mondays and to do good and to serve Africa with compassion. We must continue to live Madiba’s legacy and to draw inspiration from a man who is constantly driven by morals, values and the Spirit of Ubuntu.
iJob iJob is a segment of Ntjintja Guluva, an anti-crime campaign that Ligwalagwala FM will embark on starting in July until end of October 2013. This is a campaign aimed at discouraging crime elements and activities in our society, especially amongst our youth since they are the future of our country.
Colleen Goko: Jul 10, 2013, survey finds that the average South African student spends R42,120 a year, substantially more than the R35,900 spent by nonstudents. A NEW survey has shattered the myth of the penniless student, finding that the average South African student spends R42,120 a year, substantially more than the R35,900 spent by non-students.
Super moms and dads, strap in those babes and get ready for the learning experience of the year. It’s about that time of year again: from Friday, 26 to Sunday, 28 July 2013, the pitter-patter of thousands of tiny feet will resonate from the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) as the 2013 SABC Education Baba Indaba, an informative platform for parents, descends on the Mother City.
15 July 2013 11am to 12pm: If you’re thinking of working from home, be sure to watch Shift today as we talk about working from home and the various factors you need to consider. The advantages of working from home include no commuting expenses, more time with your family, and being able to work at any hour.