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'I was brutally attacked by police officers'
'I was brutally attacked by police officers'
Rachel Gawases Executive Director of the sex workers' rights advocacy organisation In Namibia, speaks about the support of the Ombudsman office.
​They used all these very homophobic statements and observations.
​They used all these very homophobic statements and observations.
Ricky Nathanson speaks to the M&G about her experiences as a transgender woman in Zimbabwe and what happened on the night she was arrested.
 Malegapuru William Makgoba: Primary health services must be strengthened
Malegapuru William Makgoba: Primary health services must be strengthened
Health ombudsman Malegapuru William Makgoba says that primary health services must be strengthened
ANC Elective Pageant: A festival of chairs awaits
ANC Elective Pageant: A festival of chairs awaits
Find what happens after the ANC Elective pageant winner is announced.
​"They say gays don't exist in Malawi..."
​"They say gays don't exist in Malawi..."
Eric Sambisa spoke to Mail & Guardian about what it's like being gay in Malawi and coming out as gay.
Bantu Holomisa on the future of SA politics
Bantu Holomisa on the future of SA politics
The United Democratic Movement leader Bantu Holomisa speaks about the achievements of the UDM, the future of South Africa and his retirement.
Alone in the face of platinum's bulldozers
Alone in the face of platinum's bulldozers
Madimetja Albert Ramatsobane lives alone in a small brick house in what used to be a village of more than 400 people households and refuses to move.
A new Lady Selborne is rising from apartheid's ashes
A new Lady Selborne is rising from apartheid's ashes
Lady Selborne, Pretoria, is one of few areas in the country where people reclaimed land and came back and built homes.
Ntshalintshali: We expect the president to say "Not in my name"
Ntshalintshali: We expect the president to say "Not in my name"
COSATU's Secretary General Bheki Ntshalintshali spoke about President Zuma's leadership during the COSATU strike in Johannesburg on Wednesday.
Blade Nzimande: This is not a strike against the African National Congress
Blade Nzimande: This is not a strike against the African National Congress
The South African Communist Party's Secretary General Blade Nzimande explained that the Cosatu strike was not really against the ANC.
Slice of Life: The design of inspiration
Slice of Life: The design of inspiration
In this week's Slice of Life, we visit a young fashion designer sewing the seeds of her own future.
#DataMustFall: Right 2 Know campaign protest against high data charges
#DataMustFall: Right 2 Know campaign protest against high data charges
The Right 2 Know Campaign took their Data Must Fall protests against data charges outside service providers MTN and Vodacom early Tuesday morning.

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