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Alex citizens just want it ‘to be nice’

Alexandra citizens are struggling, with housing woes and unkept promises making life difficult for them

US students find new way to pay for education – their future earnings

With student debt currently weighing down the US economy students have had to find new ways to finance their studies

KZN floods have killed ‘around 70’ so far

Speaking at a media briefing on Thursday, KwaZulu-Natal acting premier Sihle Zikalala said that around 70 people have died so far in the floods

Muslims long at home in New Zealand

This religious community has grown from the arrival of a few sailors in 1769 to a large number of refugees first in 1951 and then since the 1980s

Holomisa cautions Ramaphosa about ‘loose tongue’ over small party comments

Holomisa spoke to the M&G after Ramaphosa discouraged voters against giving their votes to smaller parties

Ramaphosa addresses Alexandra, says he thought Mashaba would have come first

Speaking at Alexandra Stadium on Thursday, President Cyril Ramaphosa told residents the area “is not a dumping ground”

A year of YES

It has been a year since the Youth Employment Service was launched, and the social enterprise is steadily working to address youth unemployment

UCT to rename more buildings

UCT has called for proposals for new names for buildings at the institution, to be more reflective of those who have been “honourable” in history

ANC reaction to Gangster State is ‘predictable’ — Myburgh

Pieter-Louis Myburgh’s book exploring Ace Magashule’s role in state capture has been rubbished by the ANC, which the author says is “predictable”

South African team wins international gaming award

Bahiyya Khan and her team — Claire Meekel, Abi Meekel, and Tim Flusk — won the award for their work on ‘after HOURS’

NZ begins releasing bodies to families in Christchurch mosque attack

The bodies of the first six victims have been released by the coroner to their families, while Prime Minister Ardern labels the gunman a 'terrorist'

Game to deal with a disorder

A girl from Lenz became a game designer and has made waves globally with her after HOURS

The human cost of fast fashion

Oxfam report reveals 100% of workers surveyed at Bangladeshi factories which make clothes for H&M and Cotton On are unable to make ends meet.

Dikgang Uhuru Moiloa is working hard to take Gauteng forward

Investment in infracstructure will stimulate the economy

Mampintsha out on R2000 bail, threatens to lay charges against Babes Wodumo

After his arrest on Tuesday, Mampintsha has been released on bail and is threatening to lay charges against Bongekile Simelane, aka Babes Wodumo.

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Centre for Women & Gender Studies

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Greening the Future

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National Science and Technology Forum

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