Khuthala Nandipha

Makaziwe: Foreign coverage of Madiba smacks of racism

Nelson Mandela's daughter Makaziwe has said that Madiba's health has worsened, and lashed out at the media for its intrusive coverage of his health.

One in four youths would support Malema party

About 26% of young South Africans believe former ANC Youth League president Julius Malema would do more to help the poor than other political parties.

ANCYL expels Shivambu for ‘undermining’ the organisation

The ANC Youth League has expelled its spokesperson Floyd Shivambu because he "made it his full-time job to undermine the organisation".

Visitors arrive at Mandela family gravesite

A few cars have been seen at the Mandela family gravesite in Qunu, while the relatives called an urgent meeting in the village to brief the elders.

Mandela painting stolen from SA-born artist in New York

The theft of a painting of Nelson Mandela by South Africa-born artist Conor Mccreedy remains a mystery after it was stolen from a New York gallery.

‘The Spear’ vandalism case postponed

The trial of Louis Mabokela, accused of vandalising the Jacob Zuma 'The Spear' painting, has been postponed in the Hillbrow Magistrate's Court.

Shouldn’t we give Mandela what he gave us – freedom?

As Nelson Mandela's condition remains precarious, does he not deserve to be where he spent the happiest moments as a child, asks Khuthala Nandipha.

Business as usual at Mandela’s house on Vilakazi Street

Business is booming in Vilakazi Street, Soweto, as Nelson Mandela's former neighbours talk about "the saviour of the people" and a superhero.

ANC Youth League task team dissolves four provinces

The ANC Youth League task team has disbanded four more provincial structures, saying the league is at its weakest state since its unbanning.

DA won’t hang up on airtime campaign, despite ANC threats

The DA will continue to roll out its airtime voucher campaign, despite a call by the ANC to boycott the cellphone networks involved.

Hacking murders: Drugs or Satanism?

Brutal hackings across SA have raised the spectre of Satanism and drug use in terrified communities. But the reality is more complex than that.

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