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29 days ago
Gifted in Africa slums untapped resource
Gifted in Africa slums untapped resource

Opportunity is the key. Through opportunity, you can overcome difficulty and reach your full potential. But is this true in the developing world?.

29 days ago
Global warming poisoning our food
Global warming poisoning our food

Extreme weather causing crops to generate toxins.

29 days ago
Disparity in SA is worst in world
Disparity in SA is worst in world

Nicci Whitear-Nel looks at whether the national minimum wage will reduce inequality.

30 days ago
Passing the buck
Passing the buck

Government spending on cars for President Zuma’s wives has emerged as a cane with which his opponents intend thrashing him ...

30 days ago
Protecting children is everyone's business
Protecting children is everyone's business

KZN puts measures in to fight scourge of child mortality.

31 days ago
When Kennedy met Luthuli
When Kennedy met Luthuli

June 8 marks the 50th anniversary of Robert F Kennedy’s meeting with Albert Luthuli.

31 days ago
Africa's muddling class
Africa's muddling class

Africa’s rising middle class: time to sort out fact from fiction, writes Henning Melber.

31 days ago
Turning away from the news
Turning away from the news

Switching off television cameras on protest destruction is a bad decision, and the Daily News will not be agreeing to an ...

34 days ago
A red-letter day for young girls
A red-letter day for young girls

Ahead of Menstrual Hygiene Day on Saturday, Natasha Joseph chatted to Dr Lindsay Kelland, of Rhodes University, about the Siyahluma Project Group.

34 days ago
Pieter takes on new role – himself
Pieter takes on new role – himself

Pieter-Dirk Uys will take on his first stage show, at the age of 70, as himself.

34 days ago
Debating state capture, patronage
Debating state capture, patronage

Liberators can turn into oppressors, sad but true.

34 days ago
Refuge?
Refuge?

Mozambique’s Banhine and Zinave national parks are potentially important sanctuaries for the country’s wildlife populations.

35 days ago
‘Justice, even if slow, is sure’
‘Justice, even if slow, is sure’

The long arm of the law is bound to catch up eventually with high-profile violators of human rights and justice, writes Angela Mudukuti.

35 days ago
Centenary honours the roots of African nationalism
Centenary honours the roots of African nationalism

Many of South Africa’s Struggle heroes developed their activism at Fort Hare University, writes THAMI KA PLAATJIE.

35 days ago
Rich soar, poor suffer
Rich soar, poor suffer

The source of our economic problems is fear, indecision and timidity by our economic policy overlords, writes Bheki Ntshalintshali.