Four youngsters were spotted on September 14 bathing their feet in the Hazyview The Junction centre’s fountain. It was only mid-morning and already the thermometer was nearing 40 degrees. They are students from Phumelela Bible College. From left: Vusumuzi Lubisi, Thulisile Magwagwa, Noxolo Zuly and Sikhulile Mziyago.
Michele du Plessis The Sabie MOTH’s will be holding their ever-popular Quiz Night in October, Arthur Knoessen, Old Bill, told GPS News. “This last year (July 2016 to June 2017) was my first year as Old Bill (Chairman) of Jock Shellhole, of which I have been a member for 18 years. We were able to […]
Kopano Dibakwane Graskop girl, Bontle Ndlovu, is clearly on the verge of becoming a leading face in the world of beauty pageants. She is a grade six learner at Sabie Primary School. The twelve-year-old is currently eyeing the 2017 Miss Teen title after she was selected as one of the finalists. Winning the Miss Teen […]
Frieda Paton The Kruger-Lowveld Tourism (KLT) Roadshow was held at the Information Centre in Pilgrim’s Rest for tourism stakeholders on September 13. Every year, during tourism month in September, KLT presents the roadshow at a number of venues across the region to report back on their activities and receive stakeholder input. Lisa Sheard, Manager of […]
Petru Viljoen Graskop Home-Based Care Group has been established in 2011. As a registered Non-Government Organisation (NGO), it operates from Glory Hill, servicing the Chinese Housing Development through to the Graskop Hostel. The organisation currently has 20 volunteers. The Department of Health funded the organisation, whereby workers received a stipend, but the contract ended in […]