There are many things that divide us in South Africa, some real and some orchestrated, but there are more things that unite us. Here are a few.
Whatever you are planning for Freedom Day, a braai with family and friends will probably feature. Try this delicious chakalaka recipe to spice up your pap.
In a series of tweets, the South African presidency presented governmental progress in celebration of President Jacob Zuma 75th birthday. Africa Check readers voted for these 7 claims to be fact-checked.
Tomorrow is Freedom Day and opposition parties, religious leaders and civil society, united as the Freedom Movement, will once again call for President Jacob Zuma to step down.
Although water might seem as abundant a source as air, the drought has proven to South Africans that we can’t take water for granted. Here are four ways people waste water around their homes.
Gardening is a fun and healthy activity for the whole family, especially in Tzaneen. Here are some child-friendly plants they can grow that will keep them interested, stimulated and engaged.
The internet is an ever-evolving space with new tools everyday. Here are three internet hacks that will make your browsing so much easier.
In 2012 Seeff Tzaneen was bought by Nicola Strydom who was before then, managing Seeff.
‘Jy is ‘n kliek weg om van jouself ‘n aap te maak, en lig jou opinie oor ‘n onderwerp as jy iers daarvan weet, moet nie goedsmoeds iets kwyt raak nie…’
So, hoe lyk Afrikaans in Tzaneen?
“Seven-hundred and sixty-nine, eight-hundred and…seven-hundred and…listen properly, seven-hundred and sixty-nine thousand, eight-hundred and twenty and seventy members from one-hundred point two-million.” Ok, bright sparks, the longest word has 189,819 letters…