Chickens hurt in load-shedding prompt power request

South Africa's chicken producers say load-shedding is harming the birds' welfare.


Marikana report: Families left in the dark

The M&G visited Marikana where families of the slain miners scrambled at the last minute to hear Zuma’s report into the death of their loved ones.


Drinking while pregnant: The reality

The M&G visits Roodewal in Worcester where drinking is rife and many women drink while pregnant, resulting in a high level of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.


Music, markets and no xenophobia

The M&G investigates what it is about Yeoville, a multicultural suburb in downtown Jo'burg, that made it immune to recent xenophobic violence.


One man's rubbish…

Owner of Kwa-Eden B&B in Meredale, Mike Bobby, says he saved about R1.5-million by building his business from recycled material.


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.


Underground Library: A fight for literacy

The M&G revisited Mohlakeng to speak to the founder of the Underground Library, Neo Mathetsa, about their efforts to improve literacy among the youth.