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Online casino fights gambling ban

Online casino Piggs Peak has been granted leave to appeal the North Gauteng High Court ruling on August 20 banning online gambling in South Africa.

Alice Walker in SA ‘to connect our struggles’

African-American writer Alice Walker is the first speaker from outside Africa to speak at the Steve Biko Memorial Lecture.

Mines must take ‘prime responsibility’ for acid drainage

Tainted water gushes out of the earth and a pipe, just outside Rand Uranium property on Johannesburg's West Rand.

Alice Walker to deliver Steve Biko lecture

Author Alice Walker will visit South Africa for the first time in September this year to deliver the 11th Steve Biko Memorial Lecture.

Online casino fights back

Online casino Piggs Peak plans to appeal Friday's North Gauteng High Court ruling which bans online gambling in South Africa.

Online gambling banned in South Africa

It is now illegal to gamble using digital products in South Africa, the Gauteng Gambling Board said after a Friday court ruling.

Refresh, Revive, Renew

Two types of designers emerged at the Cape Town Fashion Week. Those who followed the trends -- and those who set them. See our pics and round-up.

‘Doctors can’t be doctors if they don’t go through us’

Thousands of public servants flanked by police officers marched to the Union buildings in Pretoria on Tuesday.

City rebuilds Kliptown shacks after tearing them down

Zoleka Ton's three-year-old daughter Azile was inconsolable on June 28 as she watched their shack in Kliptown being torn down by police officers.

My city, my World Cup: Great expectations

The <i>M&G</i> revisits street traders and a shebeen queen to find out if the World Cup delivered on expectations.

Institutionalised xenophobia?

Non-South Africans face an insidious form of prejudice inherent in the system on a day-to-day basis. Has xenophobia become institutionalised?

More to African fashion than leopard print

Designers at the Africa Fashion Week steered clear of using bold African prints and instead chose to focus on intricate detail and craftsmanship.

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