Truly and uniquely a Vaal Triangle achievement!
Their motto says it all: ‘Success is the result of perfection, hard work, loyalty and persistence’
President Hyper’s marketing team joined in Noordhoek’s special day to show their appreciation for the school’s teachers
The South African Country Music Artists Foundation (SACMAF) held its Annual National Awards Evening at The Arto Theatre in Pretoria on Friday, October 26, and the Vaal walked away with two prestigious awards!
Mr George Dimema is the lucky winner of a brand new Ford Ranger Bakkie 2.2lt in Pick n Pay Bedworth Park’s recent competition
A cup of coffee forms part of many a morning routine, but for Nyakallo Mokoena it is his life
AMSA CEO Kobus Verster has confirmed AMSA’s Melt Shop facility in Vereeniging would be reopened early next year and that about 100 jobs would be created – and a new arc furnace would also be installed at the company’s flagship Vanderbijlpark Plant
The song titled ‘Safety Talk’ by Given Radebe, an employee of SNC-Lavalin in Vanderbijlpark, won the first place in the international safety song competition, followed by a group of 10 local employees representing the Ama Gasification Amahle Group, securing the second place. David Gaarekwe, a storeman, was awarded the third place.
Can we blame investors for fleeing the country?
In the first agreement of its kind in South African local government, business, residents and the Emfuleni local authority have united to allow the community to maintain, upgrade and secure electricity substations throughout the region
An ecological disaster has unfolded as raw sewage and industrial pollutants flow into parts of the Vaal River. The South African Human Rights Commission held a formal inquiry into the spillage of toxic effluent into the river last week. Read the submission of Mrs Rosemary Anderson, well-known local business woman, below.