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Rape victims respond: ‘#IsaidNO’

After the Jules High School rape incident, the 'Twitterverse' lit up with stories from three local women who recounted their own experience.

Schoolgirls ‘suffer in silence’

Bill of Rights notwithstanding, gender-based violence at schools is as prevalent as ever.

Change is Gain for Naidoo

Winner -- Individual Award: <b>Jay Naidoo</b>.

Standard Bank: ‘It’s been a very difficult year’

There will be no more retrenchments in the foreseeable future, Standard Bank CEO Jacko Maree said at a media briefing on Friday.

Retrenchments ‘just basic economics’

The retrenchment of 2&nbsp;100 Standard Bank employees is nothing more sinister than basic economics, say analysts.

Murderers on list of prisoners up for pardon

Not all offenders meet the "political crimes" requirement of the presidential dispensation.

SA needs ‘to maximise the role of renewable energy’

Renewable energy technology in South Africa is ready and waiting; it just has to be rolled out.

Missing the point

Jonah Fisher, I now know how you must have felt when you got kicked out of that now-legendary press conference. Well, sort of, anyway.

Ostrich-shell chandeliers and all

Three lodges in the Pilanesberg are great places ­to 'go bossies'.

Will the real Patrick Craven please stand up?

From fake Facebook profiles to satirical Twitter accounts, local politicans are getting the satirical end of the social network schtick.

Bipolar, but beloved

"Being a democratic South African is a troubled relationship, but true citizens don't quit, they seek new solutions"

Who are the essential service workers?

Neither the government nor the unions made use of a mediation mechanism that could have avoided the recent month-long strike.

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