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Basic, Community, Food, Health, Human Interest

Local NPO helps the community: 

Group of mercy helps several communities such as Rus-ter-vaal, Roshnee, Springcal , Dream land informal settlements of Ramaphosa and Sobukwe to mention but a few. The program was established in 2008 by Mrs Da Silva and Aunt Thembi. They saw a need in helping children…

Community, Food, Health

Gesture of goodwill 

Masibambane combined school in Orange farm has donated food parcels to the local community. The school supplies more than 150 food parcels a week to those in need and people where grateful for such gesture especially during these tough times. The school together with Education…

Community, Health, Human Interest

Relief for the needy this winter 

About 200 kids from Dreamland Skwata camp informal settlement in Ironside received winter gowns yesterday,the focus is to help the less advantaged through these tough covid19 times. TRSalas life coaching organization continues to touch lives in Vaal triangle as it was spearheading the donation and…

Health, National

International nurses’ day, 12 May: 

International Nurses Day (IND) is an international day observed around the world on 12 May (the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth) of each year, to mark the contributions that nurses make to society. The International Council of Nurses (ICN) has celebrated this day since 1965….

Health, National

Blood Donation to continue as an Essential Service 

The South African National Blood Service (SANBS) welcomes the measures recently announced by His Excellency Cyril Ramaphosa to minimise the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, which includes closure of schools, restriction on travel and subsequent closure of businesses. This should not discourage members of the…

Health, News

Please help find family and relatives: 

Could you please help Sebokeng Hospital find the family and friends of the above patient.  Anyone with information of where Alfred Gambi comes from, please contact our social workers, Ms P.P. Makeba at 016 930 3344 and Ms B Madinga at 016 930 3356.