Alternative Fitness: Working the pole

Alternative Fitness: Working the pole

Not to be confused with stripping, pole dancing is about core, balance, strength and tone. It is a full- body workout which anyone can do. Vertical Vixen instructor Lerato "Vardz" Litheko gives us a crash course.
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upper body strength

upper body strength

The sit-up challenge has been trending since lockdown began but many people struggle with sufficient upper body strength to do push-ups.
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Local Melville tour operator Jozi bug tours is making the best of the current situation.

Local Melville tour operator Jozi bug tours is making the best of the current situation.

They have redeployed their assets in partnership with Melville Spar to do full home deliveries of essential items to customers not wanting to leave their homes.
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'The homeless are our priority'- Lesufi

'The homeless are our priority'- Lesufi

Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi said that the homeless are their first priority in the distribution of emergency relief- food items for the disadvantaged in and around Gauteng. Video: Carlos Muchave.
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Sassa grant recipients suffer from long queues to receive their money in Alexandra

Sassa grant recipients suffer from long queues to receive their money in Alexandra

Some of the elderly, however, said they wished the grant collection system would continue without changing their stuff.
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Beneficiaries feared Covid-19 as they queued amongst large groups of people

Beneficiaries feared Covid-19 as they queued amongst large groups of people

The beneficiaries explained that it was of high importance for them to collect their grant, despite Covid-19 as they have grand children at home to feed. Video: Carlos Muchave
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How residents feel about the lockdown

How residents feel about the lockdown

Residents feel that the lockdown is going to be a problem as they do not have enough food to store and they do not have electricity.
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The abandoned streets of Port Elizabeth in Covid-19 lockdown

The abandoned streets of Port Elizabeth in Covid-19 lockdown

The beautiful city of Port Elizabeth was transformed into a ghost town on Saturday. At 12pm on 28 March 2020, at 28 degrees Celsius, with perfect beach, jogging and cycling weather, there was barely a soul in sight after the country was shut down.
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This Datsun will get you Go-ing

This Datsun will get you Go-ing

The Datsun Go CVT is not so much about what it has, but mostly about where you can go with it. Video: Pfarelo Munonoka| Carlos Muchave
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From panic travellers and shoppers to an empty Johannesburg CBD

From panic travellers and shoppers to an empty Johannesburg CBD

Following People panic buying and travelling, Johannesburg CBD came to stand still with kitted police officers and army soldiers patrolling the streets. Video: Carlos Muchave.
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Phambuka Foundation keeps giving

Phambuka Foundation keeps giving

One of the schools in Kagiso received school uniforms. Currently their focusing on kids and they want to grow into giving back to the whole community.
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Will the homeless survive the 21-day lockdown

Will the homeless survive the 21-day lockdown

How will the 21-day lockdown affect the homeless? Video: Carlos Muchave
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