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The Mail and Guardian caught up with models Bunmi Ademokoya and Adau Mornyang who have modelled for London, New York and Africa fashion week.
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M&G Photographer Oupa Nkosi has been documenting the emerging black middle class and finds that some of them neither understand the title nor relate to it.
Controversial businessman and President Jacob Zuma's nephew, Khulubuse Zuma, married his long-time fiancé Swazi Princess Fikiswa Dlamini on the weekend.
Renowned French choreographer Angelin Preljocaj brought his enchanting production of The Nights, a seductive and emotive work, to Johannesburg.
Jo’burg art collective The Brother Moves On interrogates the value we ascribe to material objects during a fiery performance at the Goodman Gallery.
A Greenpeace investigation of Witbank, which has the world’s dirtiest air, sheds light on the impact of coal on humans. A photo essay explains.
Compelling evidence shows petrochemical industries have caused the exceptionally high cancer and asthma rates in the South Durban valley.
The Joburg Ballet Development Programme, headed by Fiona Brown, is making girls' dreams come true in Soweto.
We investigate housing issues in Jo’burg’s city centre, where many impoverished people live in unsafe buildings. What is the City doing to help?
In Snake Park, west of Jo'burg, the roads have no names. Jobs are scarce and hope comes in small doses. But nyaope, the drug cocktail, is plentiful.
Lindokuhle Sobhekwa spent months photographing nyaope addicts. His extraordinary images seek to capture the human side of these people in the grip of addiction.
The EFF is celebrating its first birthday after a year of vocal opposition to … well … everything. We take a look at the year that has been for the red berets.
There is a set minimum wage for domestic workers in SA. While you may be paying your helper the legal amount, are you paying her enough to live?
Pro-Russian rebels have been blamed for MH17 crash, while EFF protests for overalls and SA meets the minister of selfies.
Holy flounders! Has the Brown stuff hit the fan for local media? Find out on Pimples.
Former president Thabo Mbeki took the stand at the Seriti commission to clear himself of liability of the 1999 arms deal.
A round-up of some of the most exclusive – and most expensive – treatment centres in the world.
Violence has escalated in the Gaza Strip over the past week, with nearly 200 reported dead. We take a look at the timeline of events.
EFF supporters, led by party leader Julius Malema, marched on the Provincial Legislature on Tuesday demanding their right to wear overalls.
More EFF walkouts, our view on Senzo Meyiwa coverage, the YouTube video of a 10-hour NYC street walk that went viral, and Halloween cat costumes.
Township youth mentored by top SA brand houses have produced thought-provoking work for the latest Umuzi Photo Club exhibition, "Ke Nna Mang - Who Am I?"
A collection of "face palm" news events – from Steve’s apartheid comments to Phiyega's fake medals and Zuma's cancelled overseas trips.
HRW interviews with victims of Boko Haram abductions in Nigeria reveal forced marriages and religious conversions, physical and psychological abuse.
The 27-year-old Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates captain and goalkeeper, Senzo Meyiwa, was shot and killed during a botched robbery on Sunday, 26 October 2014.
Can the Streetlight Schools project in Jeppestown improve the quality of education in inner city Jo’burg with a different way of schooling?