SABC Education’s programme 90 Plein Street received three golden horns this weekend at the 7th annual SAFTAs. The awards honour, celebrate and promote the talent and accomplishments of the South African film and television industries in the past year.
iSpani series four on SABC1, Tuesdays at 13h30.
In its fourth season the 26 episodes of iSpani shares the many layers of employment and career planning with young, unemployed viewers trying to get onto the world of work.
The Land Bank launched a Book titled: History of the Land Bank: Financing Agriculture for 100 years at Bytes Technology Conference Centre in Midrand today (23 April 2013).
The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations ( UNAOC) and the International Organization for Migration ( IOM) again invite the world’s youth to submit original and creative videos focusing on PLURAL+ themes: migration, diversity and social inclusion.
When we have knowledge, we can support stroke survivors in a manner in which works for them. A stroke can result in behavioral changes. These changes can vary and are based on the stroke’s severity and the part of the brain in which the stroke takes place.
The largest portion of the brain—the cerebral cortex—has two hemispheres. The right hemisphere of the brain controls nonverbal communication, emotions and spatial orientation or sense of body position. The left hemisphere of the brain controls the right side of the body and is the brain’s language center. The left hemisphere also is largely responsible for analytical thinking.
Mihle Pike is the new presenter of the 8th season of Siyayinqoba Beat It! The 24-minute magazine show, produced by Community Media Trust in partnership with SABC Education, is targeted at people living with HIV and other chronic diseases and their partners, families, friends and caregivers. It airs on Thursdays at 1:30pm on SABC 1.