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Andile Nayika

Andile Nayika

    Strike in EC halts emergency services
    Strike in EC halts emergency services
    An illegal strike by provincial emergency medical services employees has resulted in several areas in the Eastern Cape being left without state-owned...
    IPID to probe deadly prison truck bomb blast
    IPID to probe deadly prison truck bomb blast
    Thirty-six awaiting trial prisoners were being transported from Randburg Magistrate's Court to the Johannesburg Correctional Services Facility in...
    Tumi Trent Tladi: Showing Americans how it's done
    Tumi Trent Tladi: Showing Americans how it's done
    Tladi has also secured a spot to teach at Los Angeles' Edge Performing Arts Centre in Hollywood.
    Akin Omotoso: From local to global
    Akin Omotoso: From local to global
    Andile Nayika caught up with him to speak about the success of his latest award-winning movie Man On Ground and more.
    Deep fried funny man
    Deep fried funny man
    A former crowd-puller in the alternative folk scene in Johannesburg, Friedman was voted Best Newcomer at the first annual Comics Choice Awards last...
    In pursuit of her very own sound
    In pursuit of her very own sound
    Afro-soul songstress Lira swings into spring brandishing a brand-new release — a second DVD recording featuring concerts filmed at Sun City, in...
    Small-town girl hits the big time
    Small-town girl hits the big time
    Her talent has taken her places, and today she is a well-known presence on the small screen.
    Sibongile Khumalo: Reflecting and celebrating
    Sibongile Khumalo: Reflecting and celebrating
    A product of Orlando West, growing up under the teachings of her mother Grace, who was a nurse and father Professor Khabi Mngoma, a music expert and...
    The SKA sets universities abuzz
    The SKA sets universities abuzz
    South African universities have welcomed the establishment of the world’s most powerful radio telescope, the Square Kilometre Array (SKA)....
    Education in brief
    Education in brief
    Stellenbosch partners with UN to cut deathsStellenbosch University has been named an implementing partner of the United...
    Back to school for a good cause
    Back to school for a good cause
    Fifty years ago a young boy called Cyril Ramaphosa entered the Tshilidzi Primary School in Chiawelo, Soweto, and immediately felt at home.