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Soek werk op WerkNet

Maxine du Plessis Helpende Hand wil seker maak dat elke Afrikaner wat wíl werk, ’n werk het om hulleself en hul geliefdes mee te onderhou. Hulle het ʼn verskeidenheid van projekte wat daarop gemik is om die swaarkry van behoeftige mense te verlig. Een van Helpende Hand se grootste fokusse is die opleiding van ons […]

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Phoenix Flying Squad tough on perpetrators

Michele du Plessis According to Captain Erick Swanepoel, Phoenix K9 Flying Squad, they have apprehended 42 suspects over the past four weeks. In GPS News Edition 133, the following was reported: On February 8th, Captain Erik Swanepoel and Phoenix K9 Security teams, together with DPCI Middelburg and Transnet Security managed to apprehend and arrest suspects […]

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Where in Pilgrim’s do we live?

Frieda Paton “So where do you stay?” is one of the questions visitors ask regularly when chatting to business owners in Pilgrim’s Rest.  The answer usually gets them looking around in disbelief and repeating “Where?!” Yes, most business owners and/or managers stay right there in the living museum. Some of the residential houses are in […]

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Momo Challenge: Game of Death

Michele du Plessis The Momo Challenge has been described as a devious, deadly game targeting youngsters all around the world. It has been blamed for the deaths of a number of young people committing suicide. Reportedly, the Momo Challenge is spread by random, twisted internet users. Police have issued warnings about the Momo Challenge. One […]

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Safety Tips for young internet users

Michele du Plessis “A research study conducted by the University of South Africa in 2015 showed that children as young as 10 years old are being allowed to play games with an age restriction of 18 years. This exposed them to gruesome and graphic violence as well as offensive language. Children participating in this focus […]