THE temperature is falling and The Association for the Aged (Tafta) is launching a Winter Warmth Drive to help combat the ill-effects of winter on the vulnerable, elderly population. The Tafta Winter Warmth Drive calls on the community to open their hearts this winter and donate non-perishable groceries, blankets, linen, towels, socks and stockings; toiletries…
Westville resident, Siya Nzimande shares his cheesy twist to the creamed spinach dish.
Highway Mail editor, Michelle Dennis, shares her view on the Christmas season.
Every week Waterfall resident, Martin Baker, will unpack taxation for the man on the street.
The event merged students and different media companies advising on work ethics, and entrepreneurship.
American poet, memoirist, and civil rights activist, Maya Angelou, said, “Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud”, and this is what our community is doing despite the storm brewing overhead.
Highway Mail’s teen blogger explores the dangers of social media.
Exploring the “digital natives” – children born with a computer mouse or gaming console in one hand and a cellphone in the other.
Luckily since last month I’ve managed to get three jobs that keep me fully occupied and I couldn’t be happier.
And as the last one (a movie-goer) left, he looked me in the eye and I’m sure I heard his sinister whisper, “I’ll be back!”
Writing about myself proved more difficult than riding a horse backwards, so I asked some of my friends to describe me.