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Sports minister urges South Africans to support Caster Semenya against ‘discriminatory’ rules
Rubben Mohlaloga was sentenced on Thursday at the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crimes Court.
More than 30 people will be implicated by the head of Ipid at the Zondo inquiry
A perfect storm of factors has left Eskom operating on the edge and South Africans facing more power cuts in the coming weeks
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"I love storytelling. For me, the image, signifies that great element in my body of work, human interest."
Despite a high court judgment halting extraction, villagers feel unsafe as the minister plans a survey and resettlement guidelines
Despite national plans to reuse waste and reduce SA’s carbon emissions, too much rubbish is still going into landfills and
money is being lost
'I kept feeling like I was inadequate. Whenever anything bad happened to me, I would attribute it to my dark skin'
The next battle for global health is likely to be fought on the internet
High-perfoming computers can analyse huge swaths of health data accurately and quickly
Rwanda’s president put everything into reforming the organisation, with mixed results
Restaurants respond to the desire of patrons to feel like they are dining in their own space
It’s 200 years since the Xhosa were driven from their land and it has not yet been restored to them
Edo State is Nigeria’s capital of human trafficking, and local authorities are seemingly powerless. Enter His Royal Majesty Oba Ewuare II
Of paramount importance is the enjoyment of reading, a responsibility that not only rests on the shoulders of educators, but also of parents
The firm is countering threats from streaming services and is investing strongly in local content
Simphiwe Ndzube’s solo show in Cape Town offers no easy answers to deracinated utopias
Major international companies have been implicated in the collusion
Migrants and refugees also face gross discrimination from the communities they settle in