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Thuli Nhlapo

Thuli Nhlapo

    Rural schools beat the odds
    Rural schools beat the odds
    A group of dedicated teachers, many of them from Zimbabwe, has been producing a string of distinctions in mathematics and science in one of the...
    Not there, but close
    Not there, but close
    From the herd of cows crossing the road and young women walking into the forest to fetch wood it seems as if civilisation has not yet reached the...
    Tour of a veteran township
    Tour of a veteran township
    Love has a habit of coming at the most unlikely times. Christmas 1994, two hours from Johannesburg, the last thing I had in mind was falling in...
    Ancestors learn to live with organ donation
    Ancestors learn to live with organ donation
    "A person must be buried in full with all his or her [insides]. That is why we even stay away from post-mortems," says Grace Mhawula, a member of...
    Where the angels whisper
    Where the angels whisper
    The apartheid system was inhumane, but some people have managed to dig very deep to find good in the dismantling of family structures.
    Still no homes for flood victims
    Still no homes for flood victims
    Flood victims and beneficiaries of the disaster fund in Mpumalanga are up in arms against the provincial government over the poor quality of houses...