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Darren Scott and wife Sarah-Kate

Great News from Darren Scott in ICU

Popular radio and TV personality Darren Scott has been given a good prognosis today, following his operation last week to remove melanoma cancer from...

The South African Who Gave the World the Deep Level Underground...

There are not many South Africans who have been honoured by having a statue of themselves erected in London... writes Peter Ball from The Heritage...

Low-Cost Carrier Mango’s Longtime Boss to Return in Good News for...

The man whose name was synonymous with the success of Mango, the low-cost airline wholly owned by South African Airways, is to take over...

‘Hallelujah’ for Wheelchair-Friendly Shopping Trolleys in KZN, South Africa

The Quadriplegic Association of South Africa (QASA) has issued a challenge to all major retail stores in South Africa to "take a page out...
Charlene Wittstock

Welcome to sapeople

We're in the process of upgrading sapeople.com to bring you a bigger, better site that's easier to navigate and find the stuff you're after...so...

Girl Power – Top Learner Aims to be an Engineer

The Western Cape’s top Engen Maths and Science Schools (EMSS) matriculant, Maajidah Arendse hopes to become a successful civil engineer and a proud representative of...

An American on the Importance of Spending a Week, Barefoot, in...

On the south east coast of South Africa, along the Elephant Coast, there is a campground called Mabibi. It is the ideal escape, hours from...
Mars

Could a South African Live on Mars?

The science fiction dream of living on another planet could become reality for South African researcher Adriana Marais. She is one of the 100...

Oscar Moves into Uncle’s Home but his Sentence “has not been...

Oscar Pistorius was released into correctional supervision last night, a day ahead of the schedule announced by the South African Department of Correctional Services...
Hands

The Importance of a Warm Greeting Instilled in Kimberley Pre-Schoolers

Pre-schoolers at St Patrick's Christian Brothers' College in Kimberley have a special way to teach their PR (Pre-Reception) class the value of a warm...

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Coming Up on Carte Blanche: The Women Behind Stroop, Assassinations and...

This week Carte Blanche investigates the questionable ethics of transporting South African Livestock overseas, the women behind the movie Stroop and more! You can...

What Will the NHI Really Mean for South African Tax Payers?...

Since the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill was introduced to Parliament, bringing it a step closer to reality, SAPeople has been inundated with concerned...
SA Expat Tax

SA ‘Expat Tax’ Answers to FAQ South Africans Working Abroad Need...

As March 2020 approaches, when SA 'Expat Tax' is due to be implemented, we've been inundated with questions from South Africans working abroad. Here...