Raging fire claims eight lives

Eight people have died in the Southern Cape fires as crews battle to get the blazes under control.

Cancer causing toxicants found in Klip River

The following press release was released by Rand Water after an article that the sharptooth catfish (Clarias gariepinus) – a source of food for people living along the Klip River in Gauteng – contains high levels of toxins that can cause cancer if eaten regularly. The river flows through Soweto, Fleurhof and Lenasia, where the catfish are consumed by residents daily. According to a recently published study in Science of the Total Environment, the fish contain high levels of pesticides that can be extremely harmful to humans.

Disability month concert in Vereeniging

These artists were unearthed through a massive national music talent search for the visually impaired and physically disabled musicians. The identified talented musicians were assisted through the whole process of preparing their music for the market and music industry.

Daylight robbery for stands in Boitumelo

Palesa Manaba (24), a young woman, said there is a man called ‘Khulu Radebe’, who collects R320 from community members in need of stands.

Plus-size models content in their own skin

Nine different plus size-models shared the stage and wrestled for the crown to be named the MVP 2018. Founder and organiser of the event Faith Mokhema said she is thrilled by the support and that the competition is growing every year.

Dynamic duo releases hit single

Lesedi FM duo, Zanele “Nestum” Nyakale and Thabo “ Mr Radio” Mokone recently released a single called “Sghubu” that promise to be a festive season hit.


This is how the biker’s shoulder looks after last night’s accident in Sonlandpark, when he tried to swerve our for a dog and hit a tree and lamppost. See original report in an earlier post on SedibengSter Facebook.

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