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Developing artistic criticism in Africa

In this week, art historian and curator Christine Eyene reflects on art as both a means of understanding and an archive of marginalised histories.

Humble Magashule gets a downgrade

Free State premier Ace Magashule is such a humble guy, the cost of downgrading his pool only came up to R8-million, pocket change compared to Zuma.

Triumphs and heartaches: The fight for democracy

As South Africa celebrates 21 years of democracy, the M&G's Shaun de Waal spoke to former Azapo leader, Mosibudi Mangena, about the country's future.

Picking up the pieces after deadly quake strikes Nepal

An 7.9 earthquake hit Nepal on Saturday, killing close to 5 000 people. Rescue teams have joined the Nepalese response teams to deal with the aftermath.

Thousands take a stand against xenophobia

People from all backgrounds marched in their thousands through Johannesburg CBD on Thursday in protest against the recent xenophobic attacks.

South Africans gatvol with xenophobia

Thousands heeded the call and marched from Hillbrow to Newtown on Thursday to protest against recent attacks on foreign nationals.


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