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bAw Survey 2017

Hi bAw family!

This is just a reminder that our survey is still open and we’d love to hear how we can best cater to your needs in 2017!   165 more words

Fabulous new works on offer at Dance Umbrella 2017 in Johannesburg

Durban resident, Desiré Davids, will join Gaby Saranouffi and Edna Jaime to present Lady, Lady at Dance Umbrella 2017 at the Wits Theatre in Johannesburg on  Thursday, March 2 and Friday, March 3 at 8pm. 731 more words

High Court scraps millions of traffic fines | Jhb and Pta

Got a fine in the last nine years? You might be off the hook if you haven’t paid it yet.

According to The Citizen, residents of Johannesburg and Pretoria can breath a huge sigh of relief after the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria ruled that millions of traffic fines issued under the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act since 2008 must be scrapped where authorities did not comply with the act’s conditions. 181 more words

South Africa

Tour the arts in Joburg for R20

While the world is applauding South African gentrified neighbourhoods like Jozi’s Maboneng and Woodstock in Cape Town, historical spaces aren’t taking a back seat.

In Johannesburg, on-foot city tours are popular leisure activities allowing people complete urban emersion in a guided way. 615 more words


Hurry Up and Wait

This picture is of us last summer in Point Sebago, Maine. We’ve spent the past six months planning and preparing to move to Johannesburg. It’s a S-L-O-W process to say the least. 85 more words

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Walking the Talk

Mtuseni told me a couple years back that his sister Bongeka was smart. And he was worried about both his young siblings languishing in the underfunded, overcrowded, unheated, public farm school that he attended. 456 more words

Johannesburg, Jo'Burg, Jozi, Egoli - The many names of the City of Gold

Johannesburg, commonly known as Jo’Burg or Jozi, is South Africa’s second largest city with a population of over than 3 million. Just over 100 years ago Johannesburg was an endless, untouched savannah. 8 more words