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Sipho McDermott

Sipho McDermott

    Bringing history to life
    Bringing history to life
    South Africa's most powerful struggle memoirs celebrate the personal as much as the political. That was the message of the M&G Literary Festival's...
    The hunt for Hammerl's body
    The hunt for Hammerl's body
    The South African and Austrian governments are doing all they can to find the body of slain photographer Anton Hammerl, but the confused situation...
    Biennale list sparks controversy
    Biennale list sparks controversy
    South Africa's long-awaited return to the Venice Biennale -- the world's most prestigious art exhibition -- has sparked outrage instead of...
    The green education conundrum
    The green education conundrum
    The environmental curriculum may be the fastest growing in the world, but South Africa has master's graduates sitting around unemployed.
    Recycled water is still fit to drink
    Recycled water is still fit to drink
    South Africa's water is too cheap so there is no incentive to drink recycled water. This is the opinion of water experts who gathered last...
    The media 'cannot, and should not, be complacent'
    The media 'cannot, and should not, be complacent'
    Former Constitutional Court Judge Kate O'Regan opened the Regulations and Rights conference at the University of the Witwatersrand on Wednesday...
    Public views sought on press code
    Public views sought on press code
    Press ombudsman Joe Thloloe is touring South Africa to consult the public on possible improvements to the press code.