Fans of discontinued Rhythm City, were left heartbroken after they found out that one of their favourite actress, Pam Andrews; famously known for her role as Gail Genaro- was going to through a lot in her personal life.
Pam Andrews, known for her role as Gail on the e.tv drama series Rhythm City, has disappeared from the spotlight following the show’s cancellation. She gained fame after winning the Coca Cola popstars competition and briefly pursued a musical career before transitioning to acting. Her portrayal of Gail made her one of the most sought-after actresses in South Africa.
After leaving the show, Andrews went off the radar, leaving fans wondering about her whereabouts. There are unconfirmed reports suggesting that she relocated to Europe with her husband, although she has kept her private life secret. This wouldn’t be her first time living in Europe, as she previously returned to South Africa after spending time there.
In 2020, Andrews posted on Instagram that she was relocating to Europe with her husband, but it’s unclear if this move is permanent. Details about her husband are scarce, and despite her absence from social media, the actress has recently been active.
There have been rumors about Andrews being married to a French engineer named Cedric Thivillon, with their alleged marriage taking place in 2008. However, their relationship reportedly faced difficulties.
SARF Bursary Programme 2023/2024: Urgently Inviting Students to Apply
Deadline: 31 August 2023
The South African Road Federation (SARF) is offering a Study Bursary for the 2024 academic year. This bursary is open to students pursuing studies in various disciplines within the road transport sector. Interested students are encouraged to apply for undergraduate and postgraduate studies in the following fields:
1. Road Safety Engineering 2. Road Transport Economics 3. Road Transport Management 4. Road Engineering (Civil Engineering / Traffic Engineering/ Bridge Engineering/ Pavement Engineering/ Transportation Planning/ Construction Materials/ Storm Water/ Environment/ Construction Management)
Partial Bursary and Requirements
The SARF bursary is a partial bursary designed to assist students with study-related expenses. The value of the bursary will be determined based on the student’s needs and the decision of the Council of the Federation.
Bursary recipients will be expected to fulfill the following requirements:
- Make a presentation on their subject of study to the local branch of the Federation.
- Submit a study progress report every six months.
- Enroll as associate members of the SARF.
Minimum Entry Criteria
Before applying for the bursary, applicants must meet the following minimum entry criteria:
- Preference will be given to South African residents, although applicants from SADC countries can also apply.
- Studying towards a qualification in one of the road transport fields mentioned above.
- Enrolled at a recognized and accredited tertiary institution in South Africa (University, University of Technology, or equivalent).
- Application must be endorsed by the appropriate academic authority at the selected tertiary institute.
- National Diploma students: Must have passed the first semester (S1) exams.
- Degree students: Must have passed the first-year exams.
- Preference will be given to those studying at advanced levels (MTech, MSc, or higher), but undergraduate students are also eligible to apply.
- Preference will be given to full-time students, but part-time and distance learning students can also apply.
- Preference will be given to employees of SARF member organizations.
- Intention to work within the South African road transport industry after graduation.
How to Apply
To apply for the SARF Bursary, interested students need to download the SARF Bursary Application Form HERE.