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Satellite images reveal scale of Boko Haram attack on Baga

The scale of last week's attack on the village of Doron Baga in north-eastern Nigeria by Boko Haram Islamist militants has been revealed.

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Do you live near a national key point? Use this map to find out

The places that were deemed so important to national security that they had to be kept secret are now public. See if any of them are on your doorstep.

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Satellite images reveal scale of Boko Haram attack on Baga

The scale of last week's attack on the village of Doron Baga in north-eastern Nigeria by Boko Haram Islamist militants has been revealed.

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Matric 2014: How did your school do?

Interactive graphic: Compare the country's schools by their national senior certificate pass rates.

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Seven days in SA

A snapshot of some of the Mail & Guardian's best stories for this week.

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How much do M&G readers know about Mandela's legacy? Here's how 1 600 of them did in our quiz

We asked readers questions on issues such as homosexuality, crime, HIV and abortion to see how their answers aligned with the positions Madiba took.

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Majuba - and the silo that caused all the trouble

We take a closer look at Majuba Power Station and the collapsed coal storage silo which created a crisis for Eskom.

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The DG merry-go-round

There have been 177 permanent and acting directors general in 45 government departments over the past five years.

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No buts about it: Buttock augmentation is a fast growing trend in plastic surgery

In this era of selfies and belfies, plastic surgeons have their work cut out for them. We look at which procedures are popular around the world.

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Tender traps: How state employees are cashing in

It may be bending the rules, but municipal employees have significant interests in businesses that win government tenders.

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How do South Africa's children travel to school?

There’s nothing wrong with getting a bit of exercise by walking to school, but not when it takes an hour or more to get there.

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Who wants to live in South Africa?

Besides our neighbours in Zimbabwe, plenty of foreigners have applied for and been granted residence permits to live in this country.

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Rhino poaching continues to rise

More than 500 rhinos have been poached in South Africa this year, which means that the number of animals killed is on track to be higher than in 2013

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Interactive graphic: SA's drugs of choice

Dagga, tik, nyaope, crack, white pipes or over-the-counter drugs? There are regional variations when it comes to the use of illegal substances.

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Brazil World Cup's top goal scorers ranked

Colombia's James Rodriguez won the Golden Boot at the 2014 Fifa World Cup, but who were the other top scorers and which clubs do they play for?

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Live elections 2014 results

The M&G brings you live results of the 2014 national poll. Find out which party has won in your province, and how your community has voted.

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Taking to the streets: Who is protesting and why?

Unions are the biggest protesters, and crime is the reason underlying more protests than service delivery, data collected from municipalities shows.

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Dewani murder and trial: A timeline

Murder accused Shrien Dewani has finally arrived back in SA stand trial for the murder of his wife Anni. We take a look at the sequence of events.

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Know your province: North West

Opposition parties are hoping to strike pay dirt in the platinum province

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Know your province: Limpopo

The ANC has had a loyal following in the province with the highest poverty levels in the country.

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Know your province: Eastern Cape

Cope became the

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