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Karabo Keepile

The idiot’s guide to the open road tolling system

The <em>Mail & Guardian</em> presents its dummies guide to the open-road tolling system explaining what you can expect.

Bright and tight: fashion trends in 2010

The <i>Mail & Guardian</i>'s Karabo Keepile looks back on the year that was and takes stock of her favourite designers, fashion and accessories.

Talent on the horizon

The <em>M&G</em> profiles four emerging South African musical talents with big plans for 2011.

Your favourite Mail & Guardian stories for 2010

What was 2010 made of? Sugar and spice, or slugs and snails and puppy dogs' tails? We round up your favourite stories for the year based on views.

Holiday fun list: December 2010

Wondering how you are going to keep the children busy these holidays so that you too can enjoy your December holidays? Look no further.

Performances, fashion light up Metro FM Music Awards

The 10th Metro FM Music Awards were held in Nelspruit at the beautiful Mbombela Stadium on November 27.

‘King of the dancehall’ to perform in Johannesburg

Beenie Man, received a warm welcome from fans at OR Tambo International airport on Wednesday, ahead of his Ragga performance on Thursday.

Trouble with Webmail accounts

Webmail account holders be warned. Someone may have access to your confidential emails and Webmail doesn't seem to know how to correct the problem.

World economic regions descend on SA for the first time

The RTPO annual general assembly, hosted in South Africa this year, will have SA's Mundunwazi Baloyi run for its leadership.

Unesco team to probe mining at Mapungubwe

Environmental activists are up in arms over coal-mining operations set to take place near the Mapungubwe National Park in Limpopo.

Professionals needed for the renewal of financial services

A shortage of professionals in the local financial services sector almost guarantees that SA will sluggish economic recovery in 2011.

New sports minister Mbalula ‘hits the ground running’

New sports minister Fikile Mbalula said he intends rooting out corruption and would call for more money to be injected into the sector.

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