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On Thursday, 22 February, the inaugural meeting of the Wokingham branch of the Breakfast Indaba was launched with great success at South African-managed Chalk restaurant.
The SAFFA Networking Group is an organisation supporting and building the South African business community abroad. With regular networking events online and in London, Berkshire and Surrey.
After a tough start, PRASA’s bold plans for 2024 include the reopening of several major lines. But can the government entity pull it off?
A failure of sorting systems at OR Tambo International Airport meant ACSA lost 3 000 luggage items this weekend.
It’s a happy ending, and PR win for some, after a Christmas ACSA baggage snafus left thousands of airline passengers without luggage.
With Christmas only a week away traffic in SA has already spiked to near-record levels, with another surge expected this week.
With the rise in living expenses affecting many South Africans, The South African website aims to enhance its audience’s lives during the joyful Christmas season.
It promises to be an affordable, non-OEM technology that could slash vehicle theft in South Africa. Here’s what it entails …
State-owned enterprise, Transnet, has withdrawn requests for private-sector bids to sustain a key SA rail corridor. But why?
The United States has executed an extraordinary series of 547 trade and investment agreements with African nations.
After on-again, off-again discussions, the South African Social Security Agency has made a decision on expiring SASSA cards for 2024.
Means Tests, proof of assets, there’s a lot to know when applying for a SASSA Old Age Pension. Here’s a handy checklist.
If a loved one has been injured or died due to negligence of another, here’s how to claim from the RAF for loss of support.
Not matter if it’s lost or stolen, there’s some important info you need to know when applying for a South African ID online.
Law enforcement is ramping up for the festive season. So, keep your eyes peeled when these police roadblocks come into operation.
With the escalating cost of living affecting many South Africans, SA People aims to enhance the lives of its readers.
The biggest day in shopping is nearly upon us – one day ahead of payday! So, can you ask your employer to pay you early for Black Friday?
We’ve got all the answers and contact information you’ll need if you want to claim from the Road Accident Fund in South Africa.
A drive to explore international trade saw entrepreneurial sisters, Michelle and Mo Mokone, grabbing an opportunity to venture into the American market.
Following in the footsteps of Cape Town’s elite forces, SA’s largest city has introduced a new JMPD Tactical Response Unit.
The report card for SARS 2023 tax results are in! Want to know how we did as a nation? It’s not ALL bad, says the taxman.
There’s a welcome price war taking place for license disc renewals in SA. Here are the latest updated prices so you don’t overpay.
As the expense of living continues to spiral out of control for many South Africans, The South African website seeks to enrich the lives of its readers.
Forget a packet of chips and a Coke, the lengths some scofflaws will go to avoid paying fines in South Africa is simply mind-boggling.
Despite tricky interest rates making it a buyer’s property market, this is where South Africans are moving to in their droves.
President Ramaphosa underscored the importance of collaborative efforts in bolstering economic growth and job opportunities.
The Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) is gearing up for a transformative shift in its Phase 5, as recently unveiled by Sihle Zikalala.