Firefighters Simphiwe Moropane, Mduduzi Ndlovu and Khathutshelo Muedi lost their lives while attending to a fire in the inner city.
The Charity Mile was held on November 3 where 16 horses made it through the field to win big for their 16 charities.
The fête was enjoyed by all those who attended, and it was decided to make it an annual event.
Sir John Adamson learners participated in the school’s event for 2018.
“First thing, I’d take drastic steps toward job creation.”
The CHRONICLE wanted to know how locals feel about Halloween and asked a few community members.
It’s the largest organisation run by and dealing with women, with the head office of Women’s Institutes worldwide being based London, England.
The CHRONICLE asked residents if they think it is still safe to stop when you see flashing blue lights behind you.
Happy and carefree memories were definitely being made, along with some dangerously fun-looking mosh pits.
With the petrol price increasing to an all-time high, the CHRONICLE asked residents how this is affecting them.
“I hope this won’t be the first and the last of these type of events we’ll host here,” Ki-ki added.