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Having fun while saving the oceans

Activists have pointed out interesting ways that people can learn something new and have an adventure while doing their bit to save the ocean.

It is foolhardy to insist on a false dichotomy in poetry

Whether they are written on a page or spoken on a stage, poems echo the cadences of our hearts

Ramaphosa: ANC’s internal battles are not the opposition’s business

Speaking in the national assembly after Ace Magashule tried to ‘suspend’ him, the president told the DA he keeps quiet when internal strife hits the opposition.

‘Photographs In Our Mother Tongue’: The new South Africa under scrutiny

A virtual retrospective of photographic works at the Standard Bank Art Gallery offer a snapshot in time

Short film: Zimbabwe’s queer refugees speak out

When a gay Zimbabwean man fled to South Africa, seeking refuge, he encountered further abuse and homophobia

Mabuza not confident vaccine budget is enough to achieve population immunity

The deputy president, who also the chairperson of the interministerial committee on Covid-19, was responding to questions in the National Assembly

Mabuza not confident that vaccine budget is enough to achieve population immunity

The deputy president, who also the chairperson of the interministerial committee on Covid-19, was responding to questions in the National Assembly

Toe the line: Mantashe instructs ANC caucus to vote for process against Mkhwebane

The ANC chairperson has instructed its caucus ahead of the vote to establish a committee to investigate the public protector’s fitness to hold office

National Health Laboratory calls for participants to test antibody tests

The NHLS will collect samples from at least 300 participants and bank them for use in future rapid or serological tests

Cryptic crossword 270 – March 5

Welcome to South Africa's only weekly cryptic crossword, exclusively at the Mail & Guardian. Never tried a cryptic crossword before? Visit our compiler George...

Hackers invited by Gauteng’s e-government to help improve services

This week hackers will participate in a hackathon hosted by Gauteng’s e-government department to modernise their public services

eLearning

Although innovations are being made in online learning there is still a widespread lack of internet connectivity and infrastructure in schools

Greening the Future

The awards are a way of encouraging progress and celebrating those who wake up every day and work to make this country a better more sustainable place

Nigeria’s queers say ‘enough’

Notorious police unit that harassed LGBTQ+ community disbanded after widespread protests.

SANDF hid R200m expenditure on ‘Covid’ drug it can’t use

Military health officials are puzzled by the defence department importing a drug that has not been approved for treating coronavirus symptoms from Cuba

Formula one set to welcome up to 20 000 fans to the Nürburgring

German officials have given the go-ahead for as many as 20 000 to attend next month’s Formula One race at the Nürburgring circuit

200 Young South Africans 2020

Every year, the Mail & Guardian canvasses the country to find the 200 most outstanding young South Africans. Then we celebrate them and their...

WATCH LIVE: Customary Marriages Bill panel discussion

Facilitated by chairperson Kedibone Diale, the discussion will provide legal, socioeconomic, cultural, legislative and human rights perspectives from various subject experts.

Stronger tobacco control regulation will reduce harm

South Africa’s tobacco industry interference statistics are improving year on year, but more needs to be done
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