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‘The Making of Mount Edgecombe’: A view of history from below

Indian indentured labourers’ lives are celebrated in a new book, Sugar Mill Barracks: The Making of Mount Edgecombe

Mother of Azania carried love in her heart

Were she alive, she would have shared the award with everybody

Veronica Sobukwe’s guiding ethos

Robert Sobukwe's wife was an activist, and she looked after the children while he was incarcerated

Mama Sobukwe’s legacy lives on

'She is the embodiment of humanity; evidently, as a nurse, but above all, as a mother of Azania'

South African art yearns for caring conservators

“We live in a culturally rich space, yet most of the time our preservation of it is poor.”

A humble helping hand in the NSA

'Ultimately, we're stronger when we have one common vision'

NSA conference strengthens ties in the skills development landscape

'We need to create clear linkages between education, teaching and the world of work'

National Skills Authority Awards 2019

The awards honour those who are equipping young South Africans with vital skills

Rethinking demand-led skills development in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

South Africa is on track to meet the NDP goal in terms of doctoral graduates

Art-making and world-building in Kaliyu-topia

Kiveshan Thumbiran sat with Youlendree Appasamy to talk through his art-making process, which is a combination of digital, video and printmaking.

Kaliyu-topia: Displacement questioned at the end of days

An epic first solo show attempts to establish a visual vernacular that South African Indians can relate to

Classic dance tells struggle heroine’s story

Using a dance form with ties to raising one’s chances of married, the performance tackled societal norms that shape South African Indian femininity

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