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Holy flounders! Has the Brown stuff hit the fan for local media? Find out on Pimples.
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.
Female miners are still subjected to discrimination, sexual abuse and violence in the workplace. We spoke to some women about their experiences.
Compelling evidence shows petrochemical industries have caused the exceptionally high cancer and asthma rates in the South Durban valley.
As the platinum strike enters its 19th week, we take a look at women miners' experiences and what SA's longest ever stay-away means for their futures.
We visited the Mayixhale family in the Eastern Cape in 2004 and 2009 to find out how life has progressed between elections. This is their 2014 story.
Due to cultural pressure and poverty, half the women in Malawi are married before their 18th birthday – some as young as 10 years old.
Mariella Furrer talks to us after completing a moving, shocking and incredibly important body of work on child sexual abuse in South Africa.
amaBhungane's Lionel Faull talks us through the Nkandla report and what it means for Jacob Zuma, the ANC, and the country.
Wednesday was D-day for SA's political parties, who had to submit candidate lists and cough up thousands to register – no easy feat for the EFF.
In her report on the Nkandla upgrades, public protector Thuli Madonsela says the president has to pay back some of the money spent on the homestead.
From the Oscar trial circus to Number One getting booed yet again, we fill you in on all the news you need to know this week.
ANC members from minority races must earn their positions in the party instead of relying on racial quotas, says Gwede Mantashe. Listen to the clip.
It is no small task opening a university - but South Africa can boast two new ones as of last month. So what do they look like and are they likely to succeed?
The EFF might be one of the youngest parties on the ballot paper this year, but pundits predict it will rank third come May 7.
Jacob Zuma, Lindiwe Sisulu and Gwede Mantashe crack an invite to Helen Zille's compound. It's hard work being authentic, as MaZille soon discovers.
Spinning classes are not what they used to be. Nowadays, it's a must-do for any self-preserving servant of the people. Class is in session.
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?
EFF supporters, led by party leader Julius Malema, marched on the Provincial Legislature on Tuesday demanding their right to wear overalls.
Journalists in conflict zones risk their lives to cover the most fraught corners of the globe. We pay tribute to some of those killed, injured and kidnapped.
Former president Thabo Mbeki took the stand at the Seriti commission to clear himself of liability of the 1999 arms deal.
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.
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.