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In the Mail & Guardian this week, Investigative journalist Paulie Van Wyk looks into Pravin's prosecution.
M&G's Kwanele Sosibo talks to jazz artists Tumi Mogorosi and Gabisile Motuba about new music, collaborations and family.
President Zuma's seemingly nonchalant reactions to South Africa's issues may take a turn.
Juda Ngwenya, renowned for documenting South Africa’s transition to democracy, passed on last week after suffering a stroke.
Pontsho Pilane explains why women may choose a Caesarean section over a vaginal birth, especially in the private sector.
In this week's Mail & Guardian: Investigative journalist Paulie Van Wyk takes a look at the secret Hawks document detailing the case against Gordhan.
Students from different universities gathered at Church Square in Pretoria this morning as part of the Fees must fall march to the Union Buildings.
It's Thuli and Pravin vs. the Zuptas. Who will win the stand-off?
An Afghan migrant waves from a van as he departs with six others from the emergency shelter for minors in Saint Omer, France as they leave for Britain, October 18, 2016. (Pascal Rossignol, Reuters)
A farmer harvests rice on a field in Lalitpur, Nepal October 26, 2016. (Navesh Chitrakar, Reuters)
A Kurdish Peshmerga fighter following a road side bomb on their vehicle during a battle with Islamic State militants at Topzawa village near Mosul, Iraq October 24, 2016. (Ahmed Jadallah, Reuters)
Iraqis who fled violence in Mosul gather as they reach Syria, near the Iraqi border, in Hasaka Governorate October 20, 2016. (Rodi Said, Reuters)
A building and street signs are reflected in flood waters as the Tar River rises to dangerous levels in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, in Tarboro, North Carolina. (Jonathan Drake, Reuters)
A salt lake which is separated by a road, shows parts of it in different colours due to algae, in Yuncheng, Shanxi Province, China, September 25, 2016. (Wei Liang/Reuters)
Wooden Santa Claus figurines stand in orderly rows at the paint shop of the Mueller Wood Art manufacturer in Seiffen, eastern Germany, on September 14. (Sebastian Kahnert, AFP)
Children look at a hippopotamus swimming at Pairi Daiza animal park in Brugelette, Belgium, on September 13. (John Thys, AFP)
People take part in the Annual Afropunk Music festival in the borough of Brooklyn in New York, U.S., August 27, 2016. (Eduardo Munoz/Reuters)
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton waits in her car after arriving at the Westchester County Airport in White Plains, New York, September 6, 2016. (Brian Snyder, Reuters)
Mutant vehicles are seen as approximately 70,000 people gather for the 30th annual Burning Man arts and music festival in the Black Rock Desert, Nevada, U.S. September 3, 2016. (Jim Urquhart,Reuters)
Fighters of Libyan forces allied with the UN-backed government fire a rocket at Islamic State fighters in Sirte, Libya, on August 4 2016. (Goran Tomasevic, Reuters)
A young girl walks past candles displayed in a vigil for the nine victims at the Olympia shopping centre in Munich, shot dead by an 18 year-old German-Iranian. (Armend Nimani, AFP Photo)
A demonstrator is detained in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, US on July 9 2016, during protests sparked by the death of Alton Sterling. (Jonathan Bachman, Reuters)
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