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Respected economist to address chamber members

His areas of specialisation are inflation perceptions and expectations, ownership structures of central banks with private shareholders and fiscal sustainability in South Africa, with a focus on the country’s looming fiscal cliff.

Family struggles to start from scratch

The family lost their shelter and all their belongings.According to Mr Herrence Searane, the owner of the shack, it is not yet known what caused the fire

Food stolen from rural school

According to the Tubatse SAPS, the matter is under investigation but no arrests have been made. The police have asked locals to help them apprehend the suspects

MPC receives award

Mathews Phosa College has a track record of producing some of the best results as well as delivering bright young students who all have the necessary tools for success embedded in them by the school,” said the principal, Thomson Mapurisa.

Calvin celebrates good 2016 matric results

Out of a total of 84 candidates who wrote the October/November examinations, 63 passed with admission to bachelor and 21 to diploma studies. This translated into a 75 per cent pass rate and 25 per cent for the bachelors and diploma admission respectively.

Pupils overjoyed by gift of shoes and uniforms

“As Tubatse Crossing Mall, we are delighted to make a difference in the life of another. We wanted to uphold the dignity of the less-fortunate pupils. We are glad to have restored the pride of some of the learners.

Women form social club to improve their lives

Speaking to Steelburger/Lydenburg News the secretary of the club, Ms Sphiwe Mapulane, said they bought household valuables such as chairs, gas stoves, furniture and much more.