Women may have laws that protect them, but until mindsets change, they will be abused and subjugated, Indian activist Shabnam Hashmi told a conference in Durban...
Poisoning, power line electrocutions, traditional medicine, and wind farms all pose a risk to some KZN species of birds
Bid to control burgeoning animal populations
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Cassim Docrat and Omar Henry look back on almost 25 years of the struggle to gain equality on and off the pitch
This day 20 years ago
Local researcher has found that an indigenous plant has anti-HIV properties and can be used in the development of HIV medication
Although wild vegetables are consumed in small quantities, they can play a vital role in boosting household food security among rural people, writes Dr Sydney Mavengahama
Political parties are using social media to woo South Africa’s democracy babies, the first-time voters, in unprecedented electronic campaigns, writes Noelene Barbeau
Avaleen Reddy is one of millions of the so-called “minority vote” which political parties are out to woo as the country heads to the polls
Will voting apathy among the youth hurt the country’s democracy in future elections?
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