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Nelly Shamase

Nelly Shamase

Nelly is a regular contributor to the Mail & Guardian.
    At least your parents couldn't share your early experiences on YouTube in the Eighties
    At least your parents couldn't share your early experiences on YouTube in the Eighties
    Parents can be cruel. They set up YouTube channels where they upload footage of their defenceless toddlers doing the oddest things, to the...
    Cracked: A coconut's check list
    Cracked: A coconut's check list
    BODY LANGUAGE
    Damned by the 'blessers'
    Damned by the 'blessers'
    BODY LANGUAGE
    Unisa profs step out of class to teach poor
    Unisa profs step out of class to teach poor
    With thousands of students countrywide protesting against being excluded from higher learning, a novel programme has quietly been taking education...
    Brash hip hop star Emtee moves in silence
    Brash hip hop star Emtee moves in silence
    Few would willingly place bets on a marimba-playing choirboy going on to become one of the country’s rising urban music stars and doing the...
    'There's going to be pain': Jo’burg set for M1 upgrade
    'There's going to be pain': Jo’burg set for M1 upgrade
    Johannesburg’s road users will have their patience tested more than usual when the city’s M1 and connector bridges are upgraded in the months...
    Who will take the fall for the M1 Grayston bridge collapse?
    Who will take the fall for the M1 Grayston bridge collapse?
    Four days before the temporary bridge over the M1 and Grayston Drive interchange collapsed in October, concerns were raised about the stability of...
    Inquiry into Grayston bridge collapse off to a slow start
    Inquiry into Grayston bridge collapse off to a slow start
    The temporary bridge, which collapsed last October on to Johannesburg’s M1 and Grayston Drive interchange, was constructed because more than 10 000 pedestrians cross over the area every...
    Stats reveal South Africans’ hopes and despair
    Stats reveal South Africans’ hopes and despair
    A minority of whites disapprove of apartheid but many are on the fence about racial segregation.
    Guptas must go, says EFF
    Guptas must go, says EFF
    The money that President Jacob Zuma has pledged to pay for the upgrades to his personal residence in Nkandla will in all likelihood come from the...
    #ForBlackGirlsOnly event promotes sisterhood in Jo'burg
    #ForBlackGirlsOnly event promotes sisterhood in Jo'burg
    Everywhere you looked was all black. Black girls in black clothes punting black womanness. So although the request had been made for those in...