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Ivory Park residents speak out on aftermath of Red Ants 'attack'
Ivory Park residents speak out on aftermath of Red Ants 'attack'
Some people were seriously injured and two were reported dead following evictions at the township on Monday.
Ivory Park up in flames over alleged Red Ants attack
Ivory Park up in flames over alleged Red Ants attack
Residents of Ivory Park Extension 10 protested on Tuesday afternoon after the Johannesburg metro policedepartment and the Red Ants allegedly attacked.
Ekurhuleni mayor on why he opposes calls for Zuma to step down
Ekurhuleni mayor on why he opposes calls for Zuma to step down
Mzwandile Masina, who spoke to the M&G about several issues, says the president was democratically elected and should not be 'removed forcefully'.
Gordhan: Economic transformation must benefit all
Gordhan: Economic transformation must benefit all
The former finance minister said new forms of social safety nets are needed to reduce the socioeconomic divides in countries such as South Africa.
Olusegun Obasanjo's greatest fear
Olusegun Obasanjo's greatest fear
Former Nigerian president talks abou the continent's future, it's failures and the youth explosion that jeeps him awake at night.
Twenty-three people live in a two-bedroom flat in eldos
Twenty-three people live in a two-bedroom flat in eldos
The block of flats in Eldorado Park Extension 8 stands faded in yellows and blues. The palisade fencing has all but disappeared.
Traces and Tracks, a thirty-year journey with the San
Traces and Tracks, a thirty-year journey with the San
'Traces and Tracks', released on April 12, is the culmination of photographer Paul Weinberg's 31-year journey with the San people of southern Africa.
The Eldorado Park protest takes a violent turn
The Eldorado Park protest takes a violent turn
What was supposed to be a "peaceful march" turned into a riot in Eldorado Park this morning when protesters clashed with the police.
The 'friends of Hlaudi' protest in support of the 90% policy
The 'friends of Hlaudi' protest in support of the 90% policy
Hlaudi Motsoeneng's supporters took to the streets of Auckland Park this morning to protest in support of his 90% policy.
CEOs sleep-outs, out with the old and in with the new
CEOs sleep-outs, out with the old and in with the new
Selfless CEOs brave the elements to take part in a photo op for the benefit of the poor.
Goudkoppies rebuilds after city of Jo’burg evicts thousands.
Goudkoppies rebuilds after city of Jo’burg evicts thousands.
Goudkoppies, built on top of the Devland dumping site, has re-emerged bigger than before after residents rebuilt their shacks and refused to relocate.

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Goudkoppies rebuilds after city of Jo’burg evicts thousands.
Goudkoppies rebuilds after city of Jo’burg evicts thousands.
Goudkoppies, built on top of the Devland dumping site, has re-emerged bigger than before after residents rebuilt their shacks and refused to relocate.
The world pays tribute to Mandela
The world pays tribute to Mandela
As South Africans come to terms with the loss of former president Nelson Mandela, the rest of the world bids farewell to Madiba.
The 2016 winners' gallery
The 2016 winners' gallery
The 2016 Uganda Press Photo Award in pictures.
Watch out, SA! There’s thieves about
Watch out, SA! There’s thieves about
Be careful where you park your car … It might just not be there when you get back.
#FeesMustFall: Vavi supports students' call for free education
#FeesMustFall: Vavi supports students' call for free education
After marching to Cosatu House to hand over their memorandum, students were visited by former Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi.
#FeesMustFall: Mcebo Dlamini responds to Gwede Mantashe's comments
#FeesMustFall: Mcebo Dlamini responds to Gwede Mantashe's comments
Watch: former student leader Dlamini says every time Mantashe opens his mouth, he spews bile."
#FeesMustFall: Police fire stun grenades and rubber bullets at protesting students
#FeesMustFall: Police fire stun grenades and rubber bullets at protesting students
Watch the confrontation as police fired stun grenades and rubber bullets at students. Some students were later arrested for throwing stones.

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Zapiro's best Nkandla cartoons
Zapiro's best Nkandla cartoons
A collection of Zapiro's cartoons on the Nkandla saga that continues to haunt President Jacob Zuma.
Is the Zika virus a threat to Africa?
Is the Zika virus a threat to Africa?
The Deputy director of the National Institute for Communicable Diseases, on why the Zika virus's potential threat to Africa is different from Ebola.
How to deal with a national student revolution
How to deal with a national student revolution
Blade Nzimande falls into a deep meditation, remotely dealing with the #FeesMustFall movement. Woosah everybody, woosah!
In pictures: #ZumaMustFall protests
In pictures: #ZumaMustFall protests
President Jacob Zuma might have taken pains to draw distinctions between his government and the apartheid regime - but public outrage is growing.
This year in pictures: The best images from 2015
This year in pictures: The best images from 2015
Mail & Guardian photo editor Paul Botes selects the best pictures of the year.
#FeesMustFall protest still going strong
#FeesMustFall protest still going strong
More institutions heeded the call for to shutdown of the country's universities on Wednesday with Cape Town students taking the fight to parliament.

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