Category Archives: Health and Welfare

Nigel Old Age Home

Kids Clinic

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Ebenhezer Old Age Home

Caritas Care Centre

Kids learn that owls are good

Kids learn that owls are good

Seldom seen but ever present in urban environments, rats pose a great danger to human communities through their ability to transmit diseases, such as forms of meningitis and typhus, by air and through their faeces. Bites and food contaminated with rat faeces can also lead to infections such as rat bite fever. Rat poisons pose […]

Masechaba View will be rebuilt

Masechaba View will be rebuilt Plea for the community to help

Tornado hit Masechaba View Extension Two in Duduza will, without doubt, be redeveloped, said the MEC for local government and housing, Humphrey Nimemeza, when visiting the area on Tuesday. He, however, lashed out at political parties, which in times of disasters are not helping to find solutions, but blaming the company which built the houses […]

Afrisun helps tornado victims

Afrisun helps tornado victims

Carnival City and the Afrisun East Rand Community Trust has pledged their support to the t residents of Duduza, nearNigel, following the devastation in the E area after a tornado struck on t Sunday evening, last week. An eight-year-old boy was killed and more than 500 houses were destroyed when 2 the unusual weather phenomenon […]

Oldies gets treat from the cops

Police, Afrisun and Carnival City brought smiles and joy to the senior citizens of KwaThema. Staff from the Springs police cluster, KwaThema Community Police Forum (CPF), Afrisun and Carnival City brought joy to the senior citizens of KwaThema last Thursday. Since crime tends to be rife during the festive season and the oldies are regarded […]

Locals to the Paralympic trials

Members of KwaThema Disability Sports Club Zukiswa Chiya, Thapelo Motsapi, Simphiwe Tywakadi, Sibusiso Nkosi, Ayanda Mgebisa, Aubrey Mathibela and Nonhlanhla Dladla.

KwaThema Disability Sports Club’s athletes went to the Paralympic trials in Rustenburg. Last Friday, athletes of the KwaThema Disability Sports Club left for the seven-day Paralympic trials in Rustenburg. If the local athletes impress, they will form part of the team that will compete in the Paralympics in London next year. According to coach Aubrey […]