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Call for probe into alleged homophobia in Vosloorus

Following recent reports of alleged homophobia by police officers in Vosloorus, gay and lesbian rights groups have called for an investigation.

ANCYL: ‘Our relevance is determined by the needs of the people’

The ANCYL, which celebrated its 66th anniversary on Saturday, says it will remain relevant as long as young people are exposed to injustice.

The New Age announces new editor

Former Sanef deputy chair Henry Jeffreys has been appointed as the new editor of <i>The New Age</i> newspaper after five of its top staff quit.

Corruption ‘a serious impediment to transformation’

Deputy Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula says there is nothing wrong with wealth but there is "everything wrong" with "wealth exhibition".

Prison ticket

The <em>M&G</em> speaks to three women who are serving time at a Johannesburg prison after being arrested for drug smuggling.

The Spit King back behind bars

Poet and spoken-word artist Lemon Andersen had some inspirational words for inmates at the Johannesburg prison this week.

‘There is no human who can sleep in this’

Evicted shack dwellers from the Gabon informal settlement on the East Rand have refused to occupy 72 corrugated iron shacks built for them.

The numbers don’t add up

The Deputy Minister of Home Affairs tackles the chaos and confusion surrounding the documentation process for Zimbabweans living in South Africa.

‘Scam’ targets Zim nationals

Zimbabweans who queued in Johannesburg during the week to obtain valid Zimbabwean passports and SA documents appear to be the victim of a scam.

Welcome to SA: Now get in the queue

While hundreds of Zimbabweans have heeded the call to get themselves documented in South Africa, many have complained of confusion and long queues.

Reed Dance keeps traditions alive

Fikile Khubone was one of the 26 000 Zulu maidens who turned out for uMkhosi WoMhlanga -- the Reed Dance -- on September 11.

Zimbabwe dispensation 101

Zimbabwean nationals in South Africa, who top the world's asylum-seeker list, could face possible deportation if they have no documentation.

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