JOBURG – Miss traffic this Walk the Talk.
JOBURG – City Buzz has put together the following list of events happening in and around Johannesburg.
JOBURG – Cape York was bought in 2014 by Jamal Fatto, an Ethiopian businessman, who plans to turn it into a viable residential and retail space within 18 to 24 months.
JOBURG – The Digital Academy, an alternative learning institution aimed at software development and technology jobseekers, has set the tone for everyone out there talking too much and moving too little.
JOBURG – Following the Cape York disaster, the MMC for Public Safety Michael Sun maintains that private property owners should play an active role in ensuring that hijacked buildings are not a safety hazard in the inner city.
JOBURG – Hannes van der Walt, who was a Caxton employee for about 30 years, dies in his sleep.
JOBURG – More than 160 women graduate from an entrepreneurial course aimed at empowering them to start their own businesses.
JOBURG – An apparent taxi protest in Johannesburg’s inner city has caused heavy delays in the area. According to posts on social media, Pritchard, Jeppe, President and Simmonds streets have been closed off.
JOBURG — “The age-specific menus are designed to be healthy yet enticing for children and include ‘kiddie favourites’ with a wholesome yet tasty twist.”
JOBURG – The link between school and work has been made for those with intellectual disabilities.
JOBURG – Taxi drivers request to speak to Gauteng MEC of Transport, Dr Ismail Vadi.