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Health: World Aids Day - Combating HIV Stigma and Discrimination

​Annually on 1 December, we commemorate World AIDS Day. We honour people who have succumbed to HIV/AIDS and part of our duty is to combat the stigma associated with this virus, one that prevents people from getting tested and receiving the help they need.

Lifestyle: Now Showing at Cinemas Near You!
​The Following movies have been released in South African Cinemas from 25 November 2015
Careers: M-Net in Motion Academy Internships 2016
Applications are now open for the 2016 M-Net Magic in Motion Academy. Twenty students will be selected as part of a year-long, paid work-readiness programme where they will engage closely with some of the country’s top producers and productions, while gaining an in-depth, wide-ranging experience of the industry.
Women: 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children
Every minute, children and women are being abused in South Africa. In the time it takes you to read this article, how many more will have been raped, injured or violated in some way, or even killed? Violence against women and children has existed forever, but it has until recently been a hidden shame.​​
Free legal aid for people who can’t afford it
​An increase in the number of people defending themselves in the Western Cape High Court has prompted the Cape Bar Council to offer free assistance.
People of note
Nathi Mankayi
​​Nathi Mankayi (32) hails from Maclear in the Eastern Cape and is the second bestselling artist on the Musica record charts and the bestselling local artist. He is also top of the charts at Metro FM...
Grants for NGOs and Non-Profit Organisations
The following list includes grants for NGOs and Non Profit Organizations that are running projects to improve the livelihoods of local communities.
Healthy snacking at work
Spending more time a day in front of a computer can make it difficult to eat healthfully unless you plan ahead. Research shows that eating every four hours helps to keep your metabolism charged.​
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