The rise and fall of Mugabe’s Instagram playboys
Daddy is history - so what does that mean for you?



More Eskom dirt, but no one’s to blame
In parliamentary probe into the power utility a parade of witnesses have passed the buck


Assassins target Moerane witnesses
Protection is vital after a tip-off that those testifying at the commission on killings in KwaZulu-Natal may also be killed

M&G Africa

UN: Libya slave auctions may be crime against humanity
CNN aired the footage last week of an apparent live auction in Libya where black men were presented as farmhands and sold off for as little as $400.


Groundwater maps could help South Africa prepare for safer fracking
A vulnerability map could help assess the risks associated with fracking and groundwater which around 300 towns depend on in South Africa's Karoo


‘Parents, NGOs must pay for school toilets’
The state’s lawyer says that school sanitation can’t rest solely at the doorstep of education authorities


Are estate agents’ days numbered?
Despite high fees, the industry says it has yet to feel lasting effects from low-cost tech newcomers


Hariri says resignation on hold, pledges to stay in Lebanon
Lebanon's Prime Minister said he was suspending his surprise resignation, pending talks, providing a potential way out of a political crisis.


In the future, a simple ring could protect you from HIV and unwanted pregnancies
A vaginal ring could one day offer women dual protection against HIV infection and unwanted pregnancies. Unless this happens.

Arts & Culture

Print, publish, distribute
Coming to grips with this moment of disillusionment means finding new ways to use our voices


Sundowns: ‘It’s how you bounce back’
The Pretoria team have had mixed fortunes this season, but are confident they’ve turned a corner

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