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Gruelling road to K-pop stardom

South Korean children make tough sacrifices to make it big in the ‘Korean Wave’ pop industry, writes Ju-min Park

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SA’s school journey

To try and make sense of the different curriculums in schools, Professor Labby Ramrathan unpacks the curriculum changes since 1996

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Piracy is part of the digital world

South African musicians need to innovate so as to not lose out on profits, writes Nkokhi Mlungisi Mlangeni

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‘I will still defend human rights’
August 4 2014 at 07:33

South Africa’s Navi Pillay announced her retirement as UN Commissioner for Human Rights last week. Peter Kenny spoke to her in Geneva

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Medicine without relief
August 4 2014 at 07:26

SA must do more to halt horror in Gaza, writes Garret Barnwell

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Strengthening ties with the US
July 31 2014 at 07:06

President Zuma is one of 50 African leaders invited to the first Africa summit in Washington, writes Peter Fabricius

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