Mental wellness centre enthusiastically tending to caregivers

Part of Moroka Mental Wellness Centre`s garden with Thato Mpolokeng`s three year old unplugging the weeds.

Situated in Lonely Park, a village outside Mafikeng, Moroka Mental Wellness Centre is determined to improve the well-being of those who care for the mentally ill in the community. Thato Mpolokeng, the founder of the NPO which was registered in October 2016 says that a lot of people do not realise how important it is… Continue reading Mental wellness centre enthusiastically tending to caregivers

Career uncertainty woes haunting tertiary youth

Tsholofelo Semaushu at Modiri Molema residences where she is temporarily staying awaiting to be allocated residence for the year by the university.

Second year Bachelor of Nursing Science student at the North West University (NWU) Mafikeng, Tsholofelo Semaushu relates her tertiary experience. She too is tormented by the many challenges that plaque our South African youth. The 21 year old Semaushu who considers herself an average student, passed all her modules last year and says first year… Continue reading Career uncertainty woes haunting tertiary youth

MEC OR MOCHWARE message of condolences

The late Lucas Manyane Mangope

The Department of Culture, Arts and Traditional Affairs is deeply saddened and shocked by the passing of Kgosi, Dr Lucas Manyane Mangope who was the leader of the Bahurutshe-Boo Manyane tribe in Motshwedi – North West Province. We wake up with heavy hearts after receiving the sad news of the passing of Kgosi Manyane Mangope.… Continue reading MEC OR MOCHWARE message of condolences

Lets embrace 2018!

Most can agree that we experienced 2017 differently. Some got married, some gave birth, and some got major breakthroughs, while others did not attain their goals and even lost their loved ones. What is important is that we should all appreciate the lessons and achievements in 2017 and joyfully embrace 2018. Never forget that whatever… Continue reading Lets embrace 2018!