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F’SASEC students move to front of the class

“I wouldn’t be where I am today if it weren’t for Prof Sebastiani. Not only did he help me learn some valuable life skills but, at one point, I felt the course was getting too much for me, and I was getting ready to give up. When I went to talk to him, he reminded me about my background, family and my future and that is why I’m still here. He made me look at what I was gaining and encouraged me to carry on,” she says. Monyai, who is continuing with her studies in Electrical Engineering and hopes to do a teaching course in future, has also benefitted from her training in domestic and industrial wiring, additional training with Schneider Electric and entrepreneurship”.

Suspect sought for raping Sebokeng boy

On the day, it is alleged that the 10-year-old boy was walking home in Zone 20 Sebokeng when he met four unknown African males next to the open veld. Two of them pressed the victim ton the ground, took off his pants and one of them penetrated him from the back.

Howden and Eskom merge for a better future

Lethabo Power Station (Eskom) in partnership with Howden, an engineering company, donated a Maths and Science mobile lab to the school. This mobile lab will enable educators to cover a wider range of their syllabus within a shorter space of time.

Illegal land grabbers left in the cold

The shack dwellers had illegally grabbed land near Steelpark. Some 20 families lost lost their homes. The security company involved in the raid struck recently at about 05:00. One dweller, Pule Tsimane. said that they knew their attackers were attached to a syndicated company and that this company was not attached to the Red Ants.

Electricity overload causes protest

Thabong Shopping Center, the Masoheng robots and the industrial area were the most affected places due to traffic congestion. Sedibeng Ster observed that the protest was led by school children and young people while their elders were nowhere to be seen. Young people were sitting in the middle of the road drinking different kinds of beer, while motorists and road users were struggling to get home or to work. Local Ward Councillor Griffiths Mzizi said it was totally wrong for the community to close the road.

Man’s mysterious death shocks family

The mysterious death of 39-year-old Khathutshelo Tshabuse from Taubazaar, Sharpeville has left family, friends and the community at large in shock. The body which was discovered by a passerby on Sunday morning. It is said that Khathutshelo had visited a local pub in Tshepiso phase 3 on Saturday night.

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