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Yazeed Kamaldien

Yazeed Kamaldien

    Sight for sore eyes
    Sight for sore eyes
    Over the past eight years Ster-Kinekor Theatres has worked to ensure children’s eyesight improves so they do not fail at school or drop...
    'A social licence to operate'
    'A social licence to operate'
    South Africa’s mining landscape unfolds against a backdrop of social challenges, leading mining companies such as Kumba Iron Ore to play a...
    Mobile trade for small entrepreneurs
    Mobile trade for small entrepreneurs
    Cross-border trading in Southern Africa can be tricky, with red tape hindering the free-flow of trade and transport routes not easily...
    Opening young eyes
    Opening young eyes
    Encouraging a life-long involvement with the natural environment is what the Amakhala Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape intends to achieve through its...
    Filth to football
    Filth to football
    Community-based clean-up campaign Go Green and Clean has turned illegal dumpsites in Eldorado Park, Johannesburg, into playgrounds for the young....
    Communities champion river clean-ups
    Communities champion river clean-ups
    The Msunduzi and Umgeni rivers are crucial natural resources for thousands of people living in KwaZulu-Natal, but levels of contamination in the...
    Education for a changing world
    Education for a changing world
    The Delta Environmental Centre has spearheaded various educational interventions over the past 40 years.
    Skills for nature's guardians
    Skills for nature's guardians
    Since 1996 the Southern African Wildlife College has provided vital skills training in wildlife management and nature-based tourism to support the...
    Agang's Ramphele struggles on in the world of politics
    Agang's Ramphele struggles on in the world of politics
    Agang SA leader Mamphela Ramphele does not have it easy right now: she is embroiled in internal party factionalism while trying hard to resuscitate...
    Fashion and photography for Cape Town Jazz Festival 2014
    Fashion and photography for Cape Town Jazz Festival 2014
    Jazz music remains centre stage at the annual Cape Town International Jazz Festival, but its overwhelming schedule this year includes a...
    George Hallet: 'I prefer being a fly on the wall'
    George Hallet: 'I prefer being a fly on the wall'
    George Hallet does not want his photograph published in this newspaper – or any other, for that matter.