No resolution on Mahumapelo's future as Ramaphosa urges calm
President Cyril Ramaphosa is in Mahikeng to intervene after days of unrest which has led to one death, scores of arrests and violent protest action

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No resolution on Mahumapelo's future as Ramaphosa urges calm
President Cyril Ramaphosa is in Mahikeng to intervene after days of unrest which has led to one death, scores of arrests and violent protest action

Politics

Young lions could hold early polls
Names of candidates have been put forward, with some in the mother body naming their favourites

M&G Africa

The return of Zim’s white farmers
Many white farmers were forced off the land by aggressive land redistribution policies and violent attacks. Now some are coming back

Environment

Invasive alien plants in South Africa pose huge risks, but they can be stopped
The alien species that costs South Africa's economy billions can be eliminated

Education

The cold shadow of exclusion
It is black students at the University of the Free State who cannot complete their degrees

Business

Finding wealth in a sea of poverty
The Davis tax committee says accurate data is needed before a wealth tax can be introduced

World

Chinese company joins race to steer self-driving cars
​China’s e-commerce giant, Alibaba, is steering resources towards driverless car technology

Bhekisisa

North West: Health facilities close, families told to collect bedridden patients
Why Supra Mahumapelo may hold his fate and that of his province in his hands.

Arts & Culture

Melodic meditations on black lives lived in spiritual exile
Jazz musician Thandi Ntuli’s latest offering brings together the broken parts of the South African psyche and makes them beautiful

Sport

Rabada hits the endorsement big time
The deal is a major achievement for the fast bowler as the brand is known for procuring only the elite of the sporting and arts world

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