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Christina Gossmann

Kenya’s e-waste soldiers of ill fortune

Electronic waste processing has become a priority in Kenya as it strives to become the "silicon savannah" of Africa, despite the health risks.

Taking the rough road to the African Dream — and back

<b>Christina Gossmann</b> follows a Zimbabwean immigrant from Johannesburg to his home in the Masvingo province.

‘Perception of impunity’ in cases of xenophobic violence

Experts fear that many victims of what has been described as xenophobic violence in Kya Sands will be persuaded to drop charges.

DIFFinitely cool

The longest-running film festival in South Africa opens its gates this week for the 31st time.

The march of the white elephants

Municipalities are confident that pricey World Cup stadiums will be sustainable.

The fear of the other

Arizona's Republican governor Jan Brewer signed House Bill 2162 into law on April 23, the toughest US Act on illegal immigration to date.

Slumming it, ja

<b>Christina Gossmann</b> checks out the Goethe Institut's caravan-themed fan park as an alternative place to watch the footie.

Protesters ask US not to cut Aids funding

Thousands marched to the US consulate in Johannesburg on Thursday to deliver a memorandum demanding that HIV/Aids funding not be cut.

Dancing queen, young and free, only six

Seven days into my first visit to South Africa, I went to a book launch at The Shack in Soweto.

Being the change it wants to see

Most innovative environmental strategy, commendation: <b>Cullinan and Associates</b>.

From a dump to a paradise oasis

Not for profit merit award: <b>Bishopscourt Village Residents' Association</b>.

Little consumer benefit from interconnect rate cut

South Africa's first interconnect rate cut in eight years has translated into a meager 2% cost decrease for the average business contract subscriber.

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