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iPad edition launches M&G into the future

The <i>Mail & Guardian</i> has launched its iPad edition, downloadable from the Apple store.

Poor healthcare for migrants ‘threatens public safety’

SA desperately needs to address the health risks posed by overcrowded detention centres and migrant deportation processes, a rights group says.

Glitz and good food in the name of peace

Four chefs promoted peace in the Middle East at an event "Taste of Peace", recently held in Johannesburg.

Pansy Tlakula confirmed as IEC chair

The Presidency announced on Tuesday that Pansy Tlakula is the new chairperson of the Independent Electoral Commission.

Pansy Tlakula tipped as new IEC chairperson

Sources have revealed that the former chief electoral officer Pansy Tlakula has been appointed as the new chairperson of the IEC.

SA women having fewer babies

SA's population hit 50-million this year, but the country's population growth is considerably slower than that of Africa's 39 high-fertility countries

Teenage moms learn the hard way

Teenage pregnancy is common in rural Ingwavuma. Doctors at the nearby hospital say half the estimated 180 women who give birth are 18 and younger.

Turns out the New Delhi superbug isn’t all that super

The New Delhi superbug causing alarm in a Benoni hospital is probably more prevalant in SA than originally thought -- but not especially dangerous.

Cape Town rape crisis trust faces risk of closure

The Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust, which has helped more than 5000 women in the past two years, may be forced to reduce its services -- or close.

Mr Razzmataz and the Sunday papers

Twitter had mixed reactions about reports of Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula's affair with a model. Here's how it played out.

Judges benched in arms deal and Cele inquiry

Yvonne Mokgoro will no longer be heading the Cele inquiry commission, while Willem van der Merwe has stepped down from the arms deal probe.

Mixed reactions on arms deal terms of reference

The terms of reference for the arms deal inquiry commission have been praised as broad, while at the same time criticised as not broad enough.

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