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Care centre gives children a hopeful future

Ranjana Gigi had her first SA experience as a volunteer nurse at 19, back in 2011, when working in a small rural hospital in Adelaide and from then on realised that her ...

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Disabled attorney Sabelo Nzuza perseveres to succeed

East London attorney Sabelo Nzuza, who was born with cerebral palsy, had to overcome many challenges on his road to success.

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Why job-hopping may (still) raise red flags

In today’s competitive job market, candidates often find themselves at a crossroads: should they stay loyal to a single company and build their ...

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Sibane’s rocky road to graduation

Qonce-born Bongisipho Sibane has had a rocky road to her communications career at Komani's DICLA Training and Projects.
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Theo Beetge turns his love of wine into second ...

For some people retirement involves many things, as long as work is not one of them. For others it is the opening of a door into a new career, one that has been a burning passion for many years. Theo Beetge is one of the lucky ones.
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Childhood love of sport leads to career in cricket

From childhood Stuart Fortuin knew he was destined for the world of cricket.

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Yemihle Ndadlana’s stitching his way to success

Mdantsane-born Yemihle Ndadlana, 25, is continuing the legacy of his late mother with his designer clothing business ...

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Changing pupils’ lives is my mission, says award-winning teacher

Teaching is more than a profession for Julia Wisani. It’s a calling.

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Job Search: How to beat the invisibility cloak

The job search process has undergone a significant transformation over the past year, with the rapid advancement of AI ...

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Health shops are multitalented Aline Driessel’s latest success story

Before Aline Driessel became a health practitioner she held quite a few jobs.

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Numbers game paying off for Fort Hare accounting whizz

University of Fort Hare graduate Lee Ann Mudzamba says she has always known that her career would have something to do ...

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A garden services team that is a cut above the rest

Getting a job that takes them back to nature is the dream of many “eight-to-fivers” who can’t wait to get out of the ...

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Carlos Leal’s varied ventures culminate in successful East London business

Carlos Leal, founder of East London’s Blushing Berries, is a serial entrepreneur with an amazing work ethic and a ...

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BCom graduate discovers unexpected passion for teaching

When Simamkele Mpayipheli started working as an education assistant during the pandemic it was just a job to help him ...

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EL journalist takes over as new editor of YOU

Shanaaz Prince, a dynamic and talented journalist from Buffalo Flats, East London, has taken on the prestigious role as ...

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Young farmer growing business and helping her community

Passed down from one generation to another — 24-year-old Abongile Yetse Sidzumo is grateful for the skills she ...

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From cricketer to analyst, Romano Ramoo is living his dream

Doing what you love and being paid for it is the biggest motivation for professional sports stars.

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Attention artists! This is your final call

South African creatives have three days left to apply for the Cultural Producers Programme, a four-month incubator to ...

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Talented baker’s hobby turns to sweet success

When Siyamthanda Zitumane baked her daughter’s first birthday cake, she was showered with compliments and suggestions ...

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She speaks for the downtrodden

Seasoned Eastern Cape journalist Ntsiki Nohiya, known for her award-winning work with the less privileged and the ...