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One World Cup, Two Nkaaandlas

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.

The school of Rainbow Nation-ness

After 21 years of democracy, it seems South Africa is still struggling with its identity.

After Nepal’s quake: A South African story

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.

SA resident protects foreign nationals in Germiston

A South African businessman in Marathon, Germiston is taking the protection of foreign nationals from xenophobic attacks into his own hands.

Voices from the camps: Amuri Djuma

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.

Voices from the camps: Dolly and Gloria

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.


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