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Justine Gerardy

Justine Gerardy

    Weak rand draws few tourist complaints
    Weak rand draws few tourist complaints
    Clutching shopping bags, quaffing wine, and lounging on pristine beaches: South Africa's weak rand is drawing few complaints from...
    Obama to echo Robert Kennedy's "ripple of hope" at UCT
    Obama to echo Robert Kennedy's "ripple of hope" at UCT
    On a June day in 1966, Kennedy, though shunned by South Africa's white government, appeared before students to decry the...
    [From our archives] Two exhumed bodies linked to Madikizela-Mandela
    [From our archives] Two exhumed bodies linked to Madikizela-Mandela
    The remains of two South African youths were exhumed on Tuesday, nearly 25 years after they went missing in an apartheid-era disappearance linked...
    Wildfires destroy parts of Western Cape's wineland region
    Wildfires destroy parts of Western Cape's wineland region
    The authorities on Tuesday declared a code red emergency in the picture-perfect region between Franschhoek and Paarl, the crucible of South...
    SKA project aims to inspire SA's future scientists
    SKA project aims to inspire SA's future scientists
    Excitement surges through a school hall set in the vast South African outback as rows of children roar "S-K-A" on a chilly winter...
    SA's prison babies get a second chance
    SA's prison babies get a second chance
    Unathi Jack's baby son was terrified when she put him down outside for the first time, after months in a cramped South African jail cell cut off...
    The heat is on for Malawi's new President Banda
    The heat is on for Malawi's new President Banda
    If Malawi's new President Joyce Banda needed a sobering reminder of her daunting to-do list, a trip to a local supermarket in search of a bag of...
    Electronics giants target African consumers
    Electronics giants target African consumers
    From solar-powered lights to televisions that can withstand power surges, electronics mega-firms are wooing African consumers with products that...
    Black market dirties Zimbabwe diamond fields
    Black market dirties Zimbabwe diamond fields
    Just weeks before a global ban was lifted on Marange diamonds in Zimbabwe, an outpouring of mourners clogged the usually sleepy streets of Mutare...
    Zuma has a tough nut to crack in SONA
    Zuma has a tough nut to crack in SONA
    South Africa's rampant unemployment and sluggish economy loom over President Jacob Zuma as he prepares to address the nation on Thursday before...
    ANC centenary draws praise from African leaders
    ANC centenary draws praise from African leaders
    African leaders on Saturday hailed the ANC in centenary celebrations for the continent's oldest liberation movement which inspired regional...
    Sick miners want Anglo American to pay up
    Sick miners want Anglo American to pay up
    Mongezi Mponco left his village of grassland hills as one of hundreds of thousands of healthy young black men who poured into the deep underground...