Back to school fever has taken over Grahamstown but in less than three months from now, it will be the first anniversary since the passing of one of the most notable persons who championed civic and educational philanthropy in Grahamstown. On 23 March it will be one year since the passing of Dr Thelma Henderson.
Author: Busisiwe Hoho
The overall objective of teaching science at school should be to create a formal learning environment that allows learners to interact physically as well as academically by using teaching strategies that encourage hands-on experimentation and minds-on reflection.
Talented pianist, Charl du Plessis, and his accompanying ‘boy band’ of five superb string players will bring the hit show The Piano Man to Grahamstown on Saturday, 30 January at 8pm at the Guy Butler Theatre.
What is the weirdest book title you can find at Amazon.com? Have you ever wondered about that while you were busy doing something fascinating like, say, watching paint dry?
Swaziland-based gospel artist Mduduzi Simelane was in Grahamstown earlier this week promoting his latest album as well as his upcoming South African tour.
The apostle Paul credits his salvation, his new birth and his relationship with the living God strictly to the grace of God. In 1 Corinthians 15:10 he writes, “But by the grace of God I am what I am.”
To start the new school year in high spirits, the Isipho Care Centre hosted a back-to-school day on Monday at the Paterson Community Centre
THE Makana Local Football Association (LFA) is under pressure to complete their round-robin league matches before the end of February deadline set by the South African Football Association. If the team does not finish in time, they will forfeit the opportunity to qualify for the Cacadu District league.
The increase in councillors’ monthly allowances published by Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs minister Sicelo Shiceka allocates a generous R889 per month in cellphone allowances for parttime councillors.
The Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) has opened entries for its annual multilingualism awards for 2010. These will be given in eight categories: music, media, language and literature, technology and business, public sector, education, interpretation and translation and the chairperson’s special award for lifetime achievement.