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Special Editions: Read our previous special digital editions (e-books) here.

Special Edition

COJ 2023

Dr Mpho Phalatse, the City of Johannesburg’s newly elected Executive Mayor, has great ambitions to fortify and support the Group Forensic and Investigation Service (GFIS) unit to turn around corruption and maladministration in the City.

Matric Special Edition

2023-2022

Husnaa Haffejee, a top matric 2022 learner from the Al-Falaah College in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, has big dreams of helping humanity.

JPC Special Edition

2023

Helen Botes, the CEO of Joburg Property Com- pany (JPC), is a dynamic and driven leader at the helm of one of South Africa’s most influential entities.

Special Edition

COJ 2022

There is a new sheriff in town and her name is Lizzie Ramogale (49). She has been appointed Acting Head: Group Forensic and Investigation Services (GFIS), a position left void by General Shadrack Sibiya who has re-joined the South African Police Service.

Free State Special Edition

2022

These Shining Stars are farmers and innovators, entrepreneurs and lawyers, social activists and environmental warriors. They help others get access to justice, healthcare and social services, they also contribute to job creation through the various projects they run, and they also develop artists and sports achievers in our communities.

100 Shining Stars

2022

Special Edition

2022

Based on the improvement in the standard of education in the township schools and good quality infrastructures, the Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi envisions a future whereby suburban parents will enrol their children at the previously disadvantaged background schools.

North West Special Edition

2022

The development of mega infrastructure projects is one of the key drivers which will help kickstart the North West’s economy and create employment, following the massive knock the province took as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and years of under- spending on infrastructure.

Climate Special Edition

2021

Negotiating with and lobbying developed countries to meet their commitments in assisting developing countries to reduce carbon emission and global warming at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland is at the top of South Africa’s agenda.

Magalies Special Edition

2021

The Magalies Water Board has spent the past five years refining its strategy, capital expenditure programme and governance systems and is now poised for its next phase of growth. This is demonstrated by the fact that in the 2019/2020 financial year, the organisation met 38 of its 41 Key Performance Indicators.

Matric Special Edition

2021

The unveiling of the National Senior Certicate results this week, which showed that the class of 2020 attained 76, 2% pass rate down from last year’s record 81,3%, should be viewed as a signicant development milestone for South Africa.

Womens Day Special Edition

Inside Metros 2020

HEROES come in capes but not this one – she comes adorned in a dress! She is none other than Dr Imogen Mashazi, the City Manager of Ekurhuleni Metro.

100 Shining Stars

2020

In July our country and the entire world celebrated the International Mandela Month by doing small acts of kindness for those who are less fortunate, in honour of struggle icon and former president Nelson Mandela. Today, we launch yet another special bumper edition of our annual 100 South African Shining Stars e-book to recognise our young ambassadors, who are walking in the giant steps of Madiba by going the extra mile to make a positive change in their respective communities across the country.

Chris Hani Special Edition

2020

The 27th anniversary of South African Communist Party stalwart and Umkhonto we Sizwe commander Chris Martin Thembisile Hani takes place in fearful and uncertain times. It finds almost half the world’s population under various forms of restrictive measures adopted to contain the spread of the Covid19 pandemic.

Ekurhuleni Special Edition

2020

More than 6000 financially needy learners from Ekurhuleni have benefited from the city's Community Bursary Fund, renamed Godfrey Pitje Bursary Fund, according to Executive Mayor Mzwandile Masina.

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