Right to Sight trustee Dr Matt Young says they get donations at the most time but now need big sponsors.
Joanne Joseph is a household name in South Africa, having spent 20 years in the media industry, including a number of years hosting prominent TV news shows on eNCA and the SABC. Joanne will host the Afternoon Drive show.
Joanne’s broadcast career started in radio and she has extensive experience on the airwaves. Joanne has presented several high-profile live broadcasts including the live coverage of Nelson Mandela’s passing broadcast internationally, Thabo Mbeki’s presidential inauguration, Walter Sisulu and Beyers Naudé funerals. She regularly MCs corporate functions in English and French and has produced documentaries for the United Nations Development Programme among others. She has also authored a best-selling book, Drug Muled, Sixteen Years in a Thai Prison; teaches scriptwriting for broadcast and is a sought-after MC.
The Cato Manor 9 were hanged in 1961 by the apartheid after taking part in an uprising on 24 January 1960.
The parent says the code of silence needs to be dismantled as boys who open their mouths are victimised and removed.
Eyewitness News reporter Kgomotso Modise gives a summary of the 2019/2020 road safety report.
Lesego and Boitumelo detail in graphic detail how their schoolmate Portia died at the lodge while on a school trip.
Solidarity strategic specialist Morné Malan says the process is still continuing and very little progress has been made.
Meanwhile, Enoch Mpianzi's family and the SAHRC's Buang Jones jumped over the Nyati Bush and River Break campsite fence.
Joanne Joseph speaks department spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga and Stellenbosch University's Prof Michael le Cordeur.
Backabuddy CEO Patrick Schofield says most campaigns they host are related to education and health.