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Oupa Nkosi

When love conquers

A family with everything money can buy, but beneath the surface their lives are seriously damaged

Slice of Life: Title does the deed

When Denise Timm moved in with her granny, she didn’t think she would one day own the house.

Eldorado Park was built on dreams, many of them shattered by government ineptitude

Eldorado Park, south of Johannesburg, is a place where buildings like Hillbrow Flats once reflected people’s hopes. But that was a long time ago.

Tshwane residents speak: Jobs, grants pivotal to political race

​With the ANC and Democratic Alliance in a closely contested battle for the metro, we asked Tshwane township residents if they would vote ANC.

Horseman: The stuff of legends

From battling against the odds during apartheid to realising his dream of the Soweto Equestrian Centre, Enos Mafokate (72) is not yet done.

Malick Sidibé was an inspirational genius

Mail & Guardian photographer Oupa Nkosi pays tribute to the great Malian photographer.

Xenophobia: ‘They know they can kill us and we can’t do a thing’

The police and army's Operation Fiela is only fuelling xenophobia, say NGOs and visitors from nearby countries.

My teenage daughter, the selfie junkie

A lot has changed for Oupa Nkosi's daughter since hitting her teens, but it's her self-obsession that is getting her into trouble.

What it’s like to be young, black and in the middle

Oupa Nkosi interviewed – and photographed – some of those whose salaries are supposedly taking them closer to the good life.

Why can’t I prove my child exists?

Five months after the birth of his baby girl, Oupa Nkosi still has no birth certificate for his daughter. But it's not for lack of trying.

Miss Zim-SA: Finding beauty in exile

Foreigners were seen in a different light as Zimbabwean beauties descended on Pretoria, writes <b>Oupa Nkosi</b>.

Living from hand to mouth

For workers out on strike in the chemical and fuel industry it's a matter of improving their current hand-to-mouth existence, writes <b>Oupa Nkosi</b>

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