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M&G journalist Faranaaz Parker discusses award-winning South African film Skin in this video review. Skin is based on the true story of Sandra Laing, an Afrikaner child born with dark skin to white parents in the apartheid era.
Nine-year-old Dolly, staying in a temporary camp, doesn't understand xenophobia – but like hundreds of children, she bears the brunt all the same.
In the last decade there's been a revival of the idea that intelligence is influenced by racial origin.
We wonder how Danny Jordaan is going to balance heading Safa and managing a municipality.
Elvira Modesero fled civil conflict in Burundi for SA. She has been living in a displacement camp in Durban since the March xenophobic attacks.
The illusive spy tapes. Music to the NPA’s ears… or not.
Researchers are looking at organisms thriving in the extreme environment of the Namib to predict what kind of life we could find on other planets.