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A record 200 parties, 65% more than in 2011, will contest the August 3 elections.
We profile 200 South Africans under 35 who are doing amazing, inspirational things.
In a co-ordinated gun and bomb attack, three suicide bombers opened fire at passengers at the Istanbul Ataturk airport before blowing themselves up.
The M&G asked ordinary women on the street about some of the challenges they face as women in South Africa and got some interesting responses.
The mayors of Tshwane and Ekurhuleni get chopped by the ANC, King Joffrey style, ahead of the local government elections.
Mail & Guardian journalist Govan Whittles looks into what may have sparked the protests in Pretoria this week.
A closer look at the Tshwane unrest reveals a deeper level of dissatisfaction with service delivery than was previously realised.
With local government elections looming, voters will have to chose carefully if they hope to make it through the water crisis.
Mail & Guardian investigative reporter Pauli Van Wyk looks at tender irregularities and court battles between Prasa and locomotive provider, Swifambo.
Volunteer George Khumalo is confident that the ANC will win a majority of the available wards and municipalities in the local government elections.
Fishermen use a fire to attract fish on a traditional ìsulfuric fire fishing boat in New Taipei City, Taiwan June 19, 2016. (Tyrone Siu, Reuters)
Serena Williams in action against Switzerland's Amra Sadikovic at Wimbledon. She is bidding to equal Steffi Graf's record of 22 grand slam titles. (Stefan Wermuth, Reuters)
A participant behind a rainbow flag during a vigil in memory of the victims of the Pulse gay nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida, in Mumbai, India on June 16, 2016. (Danish Siddiqui, Reuters)
This Kelso Creek subdivision was entirely demolished from the Erksine Fire in this mountainous Lake Isabella community, northeast of Bakersfield, California, June 25 2016.(Frederic J Brown, AFP Photo)
A new dawn breaks behind the Houses of Parliament and the statue of Winston Churchill in Westminster, London on June 24 2016, the day Britons voted to leave the EU. (Stefan Wermuth, Reuters)
A fire helicopter makes a night drop while battling the so-called Fish Fire in California on June 20. The heatwave has fed wildfires in California, New Mexico and Arizona. (Gene Blevins, Reuters)
A woman checks the time on her phone before the morning prayer begins during the holy month of Ramadan in the Old City of the northern Israeli city of Arce June 20, 2016. (Ammar Awad,Reuters)
Turkish anti-riot police push journalists away as they disperse demonstrators gathered for a rally staged by the LGBTI community in Istanbul on June 19 2016. (Ozan Kose, AFP)
People get drenched in a large wave during high tide at a seafront in Mumbai, India on June 6 2016. (Danish Siddiqui, Reuters)
A woman holds flowers during a vigil for the victims killed at Pulse nightclub in Orlando in New York on June 13, 2016.(Kena Betancur/Afp Photo)
The images of US Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump are seen on pumpkins in LaSalle, Illinois, U.S, June 8, 2016. (Jim Young, REUTERS)
Muslims attend the Ramadan tarawih prayer at Istiqlal mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia, June 5, 2016. (Beawiharta, Reuters)
A man runs from the scene of a terror attack on a top Mogadishu hotel on June 1 2016. A car bomb exploded killing several people, and was followed by a gun battle. (Mohamed Abdiwahab, AFP)
Demonstration against the government's planned labour reform, on May 26, 2016 in Lyon, central eastern France. (Jean-Philippe Ksiazek, AFP)
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