Concern over legal loophole for child pornographers

Proposed amendments to the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Act have raised the ire of Christian-based organisations.


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.


Pupil transport: How far would you walk to get an education?

The M&G visited Nquthu, in Kwa-Zulu Natal, where we documented the plight of learners in the area, revealing their daily struggle to get to school.


Audio: Mbete’s controversial comments on Malema and EFF

At an ANC event, Baleka Mbete called Malema an 'irritant' and 'cockroach' and the EFF 'thugs' and 'pawns'. Here are the controversial comments.


Majakaneng disillusioned with ANC

The M&G returned to Majakaneng and spoke to residents about last week's violent service delivery protest that brought the village to a stand still.


Extraordinary Life: Neo Muyanga

Composer, musician and cultural activist Neo Muyanga is a creative energy whose contribution to South Africa's cultural life has been impressive.


The politics of service delivery protests

With the 2016 local elections fast approaching, politicians seem to be using protests to gain support from communities who are desperate for services.


Ranjith Kally's memory against forgetting

We feature a selection of Kally's extraordinary images from his latest book, which is a photographic journey through South Africa's history from 1946 to 2010.

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