All The Results From Finals Day of Sea Harvest SA Junior Surfing Champs

All The Results From Finals Day of Sea Harvest SA Junior Surfing Champs: All The Results From Finals Day of Sea Harvest SA Junior Surfing Championships Lower Point, JBay – A balmy morning and great waves greeted the surfers assembled for the final day of the Sea Harvest SA Junior Surfing Champs at Lower Point in JBay today. With the constant threat of Armageddon by rain, the surfing got underway with some massive semi-final heats on the schedule. The surfers were going all-in to make the finals, and there were so many clutch moments, with … [Read more...]

EP Cricket again posts good results and is on the front foot for next season

EP Cricket again posts good results and is on the front foot for next season: Eastern Province Cricket is well placed to grow both the game and the company in the years ahead, according to president Donovan May. In his president’s report to the board and members May says “our financial position has improved dramatically since 2014. We posted good results again the last financial year (2017/2018), and are a going concern, with a good unqualified audit report. “This paints a good picture for Eastern Province Cricket going forward”. On the field, … [Read more...]

Collaboration results in joyful Pre-School opening.

Collaboration results in joyful Pre-School opening.: Principal Bonisiwe Gwala at the opening of Project Joy. Photo: Halfpint Photography and Film. The 1st of August 2019 marked an important milestone in the lives of many as it denoted the official opening celebration of Bonisiwe Gwala’s newly upgraded Pre-School, Entokozweni, located in an area called Kwa-Nqetho, just 5kms outside of Hillcrest. Over 60 guest, including the Chief of Kwa-Nqetho, Mr. Mbengu, wore bright joyful colours and came together to celebrate the true power a collaborative … [Read more...]

Results show that Subz reusable sanitary wear encourages school attendance

Results show that Subz reusable sanitary wear encourages school attendance: In 2010, KwaZulu-Natal resident, Sue Barnes, established the country’s first reusable sanitary pad and panty (Subz Pants and Pads) as a way to address the national crisis – girls missing school because of the cost of sanitary wear. Nine years later, studies show that Project Dignity – the non-profit extension disseminating sponsored Subz packs to disadvantaged schoolgirls – is having a positive impact on school attendance. In the first two terms of 2019, three … [Read more...]