Nigeria building collapse: 'Obtaining DNA is extremely difficult'

?Genetic testing to identify the remains of South Africans killed in the building collapse has not been easy, according to a new report.


EFF: Marching for freedom overall

EFF supporters, led by party leader Julius Malema, marched on the Provincial Legislature on Tuesday demanding their right to wear overalls.


One year of the EFF

The EFF is celebrating its first birthday after a year of vocal opposition to … well … everything. We take a look at the year that has been for the red berets.


Nadine Gordimer dies at 90

Late Nobel laureate, author and apartheid activist Nadine Gordimer was a paradoxical kind of novelist. We look at her life in 19 images.


Drones: Useful and fun or dangerous?

Drone technology is evolving at a fast rate. But SA’s civil aviation authority has indicated its intention to crack down on unmanned aircraft systems.


Sona v2.0: On the red carpet

President Zuma gave his second State of the Nation Address for the year, promising to improve the struggling economy and create more jobs.


How to survive as a woman miner

Female miners are still subjected to discrimination, sexual abuse and violence in the workplace. We spoke to some women about their experiences.


Nkoana-Mashabane and Dirco: A diplomat puts out fires

Maite Nkoana-Mashabane discusses her first term as international relations minister, terror in Africa, conflict in Nigeria, and patriotism in SA.


Unsafe buildings, poverty and desperation in JHB’s inner city

We investigate housing issues in Jo’burg’s city centre, where many impoverished people live in unsafe buildings. What is the City doing to help?


Welcome to SA's 'cancer valley'

Compelling evidence shows petrochemical industries have caused the exceptionally high cancer and asthma rates in the South Durban valley.

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