On Wednesday 18th July 2012 iSpani takes us into the world of panel beating. Although fewer than 30% of South African households have a car we do have many commercial vehicles on the road and the damage that we regularly inflict on our personal and business vehicles creates a steady stream of work. This work ranges from small scratches to major rebuilds; requiring skilled technicians to repair everything from a tatty old taxi to a regal Rolls Royce. They remove dents, straighten bent auto-bodies and replace crushed parts.
Aya Mpama’s hit single Ngithathe is rapidly moving up the charts on Kaya FM’s Top 40. SABC1 viewers will know Aya as the host of Soul Sundays. The songstress is also presenter of Talk SA on SABC2 Tuesdays at 11h30. As the host of Talk SA Aya deals with nation building issues that affect South Africans on a daily basis; from questions of youth identity, rights of women in culture, literacy, and the importance of domestic animals in our lives to male role models. “Being part of Talk SA is a daily reminder of challenges we face as a country” says Aya.
The SABC Education Baba Indaba takes place from 27th to 29th July at the Gateway Shopping Mall between 09h30 and 17h00 daily. Entrance is R50 per adult, children 6 years and up R20.00 and under 6 free.
A Brother for Life takes responsibility for his actions, he chooses a single partner over multiple, his self worth is not determined by the number of women he can have, he makes no excuses for unprotected sex even after drinking, he supports his partner and protects his children, and he respects women and never lifts a hand to them.
This Brother knows that the choices he makes today, will determine tomorrow. Are you that man? Do you know that man?
This year, the Nelson Mandela International Day’s emphasis will be on Education. “If our kids can have a good environment to study they should become better people in future,” said Sello Hatang the Nelson Mandela Foundation's Information and Communication Manager, and spokesperson spoke to SABC’s Morning Live programme.
This year, the Nelson Mandela International Day’s emphasis will be on Education.
By Justin Hayward, Communications Consultant of Lion's Wing Brand Communications
The maize price has been fluctuating over the last decade and has very rarely steadied for long periods of time due to various supply and demand factors. The more demand there is for commodities such as maize, the more the prices are set to increase. Similarly, the less maize there is produced in a year the more the demand for it rises. It has overall however exhibited a general rise in price over the period at an average of 12.77 % per year.