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Andile Nayika

Andile Nayika

    Strike in EC halts emergency services
    Strike in EC halts emergency services
    A strike by emergency medical services employees has resulted in several areas of the Eastern Cape being left without state-owned ambulance services.
    IPID to probe deadly prison truck bomb blast
    IPID to probe deadly prison truck bomb blast
    The Independent Police Investigative Directorate will lead the investigation into the bomb blast which killed three prisoners on Monday.
    Tumi Trent Tladi: Showing Americans how it's done
    Tumi Trent Tladi: Showing Americans how it's done
    South Africa's export to American hip-hop dancing, Tumi Trent Tladi, is the first of our local talent to attract the world's top dance experts.
    Akin Omotoso: From local to global
    Akin Omotoso: From local to global
    Actor and director Akin Omotoso is claiming a space for African film in the international film industry.
    Deep fried funny man
    Deep fried funny man
    Funny man Daniel Friedman, aka Deep Fried Man, brings a large dose of satire to his upcoming musical stand-up comedy show, "White Whine".
    In pursuit of her very own sound
    In pursuit of her very own sound
    Lira knows how important it is to stand out and her African roots have helped her to break new ground.
    Small-town girl hits the big time
    Small-town girl hits the big time
    Growing up in the small town of Mthatha did not deter actress and television personality Zikhona Sodlaka from seeking a place in the big wide world.
    Sibongile Khumalo: Reflecting and celebrating
    Sibongile Khumalo: Reflecting and celebrating
    Classical songstress Sibongile Khumalo unravels the secrets of her 20-year career in her new show, which debuts in Grahamstown this weekend.
    The SKA sets universities abuzz
    The SKA sets universities abuzz
    South African institutions are keen to capitalise on the widespread interest the telescope has created, writes Andile Nayika.
    Education in brief
    Education in brief
    Partnerships in higher education are advancing the fight against maternal deaths in Africa.
    Back to school for a good cause
    Back to school for a good cause
    Successful people are leading campaigns to adopt schools and encourage a learning culture.