15 January 2018
Childline’s Mpumalanga director, doctor Benita Nel, believes in the work she does and the results the organisation achieves. We spend time at her Mbombela office to find out more.
15 January 2018
Glamorous Janine Borcher’s effortless sense of style has transformed many Lowveld spaces, including some of our most striking restaurants, lodges and commercial businesses.
9 December 2017
Jorina van Staden hails from the tiny town of Low’s Creek, named after Scot David Ireland Low, a prospector who discovered a gold-bearing reef in the vicinity – quite apt for the place that is now home to a jewellery creator. She tells us how she does it.
8 December 2017
Zanell Pinker is a beloved ballet teacher from Mbombela, who seems to take life and its challenges in her stride. Find out more…
7 December 2017
At first glance, you may think that Adam MacIntyre is your typical, all-business GM. Dig a little deeper, and Emnotweni Casino and Entertainment Complex’s latest addition might surprise you.
25 October 2017
The perception that a doctor is an older man in a starched white coat with a stern demeanour and an obligatory stethoscope is somewhat outdated, especially when you consider the vibrant, young and highly skilled women who are breathing new life into the medical profession. We speak to three dynamic professionals about their life and work in the quirky Lowveld.
24 October 2017
Lucia Matsebula-Pillay’s commitment to hard work and dedication to her business instantly dispel any cynicism one might harbour about Mpumalanga’s next generation of entrepreneurs.
13 October 2017
We catch up with Lowveld-born muso Jonathan Peyper on what he’s been up to in Gauteng…
6 October 2017
Nobody expects to have a heart transplant (and be diagnosed with cancer) in one’s early 20s, but for a healthy and carefree Isak du Toit from Mbombela, this became a reality after contracting a flu virus a couple of years ago. We speak to him about the irrevocable changes in his life and how he copes with a new reality.
2 October 2017
Encountering an Afghan hound is akin to wandering into a Scottish castle and coming across a noble châtelaine languishing on her daybed. They are known as the aristocrats of the dog world, and a more apt title can hardly be imagined.