The Newcastillian – Issue 16 OUT NOW!

Click the link to read about how we as human beings have become one with media and the understanding therein —- Read more
In this issue we address the topic of drugs within Newcastle and get chatting with people who have walked a dark path with drugs. Read more
The transition and growth of Durnacol Skills Hub is truly impressive. We had the chance to sit down with CEO Dawie van der Merwe, who brought us up to speed with his world. Read more by click here
It is not as cut and dry in SA, when it comes to owning and using a firearm for self-defence. Read this insightful article by clicking here
Our beautiful country is filled with talented business people, but no one quite as awesome as Nompumelelo, who is changing the fashion world through her Funky Florals SA. Read more
This issue’s Newcastle Beauty of the month is the hardworking, passion-filled Jolandie Jacobs. Click the link to read her story
The always insightful fitness guru, Taryn Strydom, educates us on the dangers of being a couch potato. Read more here
As the world changes, we are facing a new challenge, an overpopulation of elderly people on a scale like never in history. Read more about this interesting topic
With the month of July focusing on Mental Health Awareness, we speak to professionals who give amazing insight into this ever-evolving topic. This is a must read section, click the link to read more
We dig into this controversial topic, speaking to people about the realities of suicide. Read more here
Every issue we showcase Sakekamer members who are positively impacting the local community. One such person is none other than Rob Russel. Click here to read more
Following on with our Sakekamer members. We had the opportunity to sit down with local businessman, Jan Smith. He shed some light on his world as well as being a member of the Sakekamer. Click the link to read more
This issue we really dig into the often misunderstood disorder, Dyslexia. With interviews from exceptional, qualified people, who truly give excellent insight and advice. Read more here
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