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Mimi Mfundisi

A multi-talented and multilingual writer who specializes in fictional and non-fictional writing, research, editing, and translation. She has always been passionate about languages from a young age and has completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Science from the University of South Africa. She boasts a flair for languages, a knack for research, and a hard nose for journalism.
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Opportunity knocks for fringe Boks against Pumas

By Mimi Mfundisi 01-08-23 20:39

FRINGE BOKS: THEIR TIME TO SHINE The Rugby World Cup is around the corner, and our beloved Springboks, or Boks, are getting ready to lock horns with the Pumas. But there’s a twist in the tale: this match is a big opportunity for the Fringe Boks to strut their stuff on an international platform. THE […]

Minister Nxesi: We are open to discussing the Employment Equity Act

By Mimi Mfundisi 27-07-23 17:49

Thulas Nxesi, Minister of Employment and Labour, states that his department is willing to engage with the public if they have concerns about the Employment Equity Amendment Act. “If there are people who are worried, we are open for engagement. At this stage, we are engaged in a number of road shows and we are going […]

SASSA Old Age payment grants

Struggling with SASSA? Here’s How to Understand the SASSA System

By Mimi Mfundisi 24-07-23 09:53

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) is in charge of social grants in South Africa. SASSA is the government agency that issues payments like the “R350” Social Relief of Distress grant, the Older Persons grant, and the Disability grant. The system is sometimes hard to navigate and difficult to understand. ALSO READ: Another cash-in-transit truck […]

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