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Carol Campbell

Carol Campbell

    ANCWL calls for action against 'elephant of patriarchy'
    ANCWL calls for action against 'elephant of patriarchy'
    The ANC Women's League says women of all races and politics should set aside their differences and fight patriarchy.
    Despair as Diepsloot's taps remain dry
    Despair as Diepsloot's taps remain dry
    Diepsloot is at a standstill as a water crisis enters its sixth day, with no official word on when residents can drink from taps again.
    Cosatu calls for national strike over brokers, tolls
    Cosatu calls for national strike over brokers, tolls
    Cosatu has called on teachers to lead a strike its members will hold in a month's time against labour brokers and proposed toll roads in Gauteng.
    It's all in the genes ...
    It's all in the genes ...
    A malaria epidemic in SA 10 years ago inspired research leading to the discovery of two genes that make a mosquito resistant to some insecticides.
    The damage has already been done
    The damage has already been done
    It is already too late to reverse the damage humans have done to the environment, says Mozambican scientist Filipe Lucio.
    Investing in fighting climate change
    Investing in fighting climate change
    South Africa launched its first clean technology fund in Johannesburg with about R400-million to invest.
    African science on the rise
    African science on the rise
    Engineers, oceanographers and chemists in eight African countries will benefit from three grants of $800 000 each from a new initiative.
    What a Day for a Daily
    What a Day for a Daily
    From technology, to transformation to tabloids, there is no doubting that South Africa's dailies have evolved in the past ten years. Carol Campbell looks at how the industry has changed and what lies ahead.
    Female firefighter on top of her game
    Female firefighter on top of her game
    As fires raged across six provinces this week, killing at least two people and causing billions of rands’ damage, Khomotso Moagi was making sure the fighters tackling the flames had the firepower to put them out. The 27-year-old single mother from Bushbuckridge played a critical role in managing the crews battling runaway fires in the tinder-dry grasslands in Mpumalanga.