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15years after Mandela signed the constitution, the book One Law, One Nation charts the story of the long fight for constitutional rights in the country.
This week, we take a look at the Fifa controversy, Jacob Zuma’s outburst at the opposition, and the bizarre story published about Trevor Noah.
After 21 years of democracy, it seems South Africa is still struggling with its identity.
Klasie Wessels arrived in Nepal 10 minutes before the earthquake on April 25 and then led a SA tour group to Everest base camp, just days later.
A South African businessman in Marathon, Germiston is taking the protection of foreign nationals from xenophobic attacks into his own hands.
During the xenophobic attacks in Durban, Amuri Djuma's shop was looted and 80% of his goods was stolen. He still hopes to rebuild his life in SA.
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.