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Botswana to market itself as a ‘not uninteresting’ destination

Botswana's tourism ministry has confirmed that it will update and rebrand the country as an international destinatio

Medal makers mourn era of African tyrants

Paris's exclusive designers of military berets and medals say they are being forced out of business by the gradual spread of democracy in Africa.

Feefa moves to Brown People Alert Level Two

Sporting body Feefa has raised its World Cup preparedness alert status to its highest level yet.

Not the M&G: Letter from the president

Thinking for yourselves can cause a variety of injuries, which is why this administration strongly discourages critical thinking in all its forms.

M-Net shows its caring side

M-Net not only creates magic on screen --- it also brings about important change behind the scenes with several M-Net Cares initiatives

Attention to detail and good concepts define ads’ success

The judges of this year's awards said a good concept is critical when it comes to making a great commercial

A ‘triple-layered slice of cake’ for all involved

The M-Net Television Awards for Good (TAG) have given a platform to young filmmakers and been a lifeline for many charities

Walking a fine green line for credibility

The Mail & Guardian will celebrate a Decade of Greening in 2013.

CSI spend more than a drop in the ocean

Call by business leaders rekindle debate.

Working together for a healthier Africa

Public-private partnerships play a crucial role in strengthening the healthcare systems in resource-deprived regions of Africa.

The invisible lifesavers

A laboratory technologist or technician makes a significant contribution to the patient in a hospital.

A bazooka in the fight against TB

GeneXpert MTB/RIF test provides hope for clinicians and laboratory workers trying to manage TB.

Celebrating a lifetime of lab excellence

Barry Schoub received the ASLM Lifetime Achievement Award

Boosting health systems in Africa

Strengthening the health systems of African countries in the sub-Saharan region, will help move beyond the tipping point in their epidemics.

Quality labs mean better testing

Without quality laboratories, there cannot be accurate clinical testing or reliable results.

Rising to healthcare action

African governments are committed in improving public health systems.

Champion tree at Wits is over 100 years old

It comes as no surprise that Johannesburg holds the title for the biggest man-made forest in the world.

Towards sustainable human settlements

Spatial planning underpins development.

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