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How it feels to lose an EFF election

After losing out, Dali Mpofu says he is now focused on what he can do with the law, planning several high-profile cases next year

Slice of Life: Little feet changed my life

"When I became pregnant four years ago I just could not believe it. I was somewhat fearful of what people would say and how they would look at me."

My G-cup breasts just had to go

People must be ready because I am going to embrace my body with all the scars that come with it

The cracks children fall into when they are ‘in conflict with the law’

Children in the criminal justice system struggle to access consistent education, which hobbles them. But there are cases when rehabilitation works

Citizens lose out on services as Jo’burg fights over contracts

The City has dug itself into a litigious multibillion rand mess because it cut corners when awarding tenders for its fleet of vehicles

​How the auditor general plans to get some billions lost to corruption

Irregular expenditure is increasing, but the Auditor General is using more of its powers to get the money back

A quantum leap into luxury and comfort

Space was given away to accommodate more luxury – and it is luxurious

Tender irregularity symptoms missed

The beleaguered Road Accident Fund’s former CFO, who was found to have meddled in a tender, is administering the government medical scheme

Tens of millions spent on repairs but sewage still flows in the Vaal

The Vaal River is the lifeblood for almost 50% of the South African population yet at its banks around the Lekwa municipality, sewage flows into it

The pride in African languages

Whether in comic books, novels or academic work, African languages are increasingly becoming the norm

Labour court rules against ambassador

Nozipho Mxakato-Diseko has lost the latest round in her ongoing battle with the department

Immigration visa row in Vietnam

A South African official has found herself in trouble after denying a visa to a would-be teacher, despite the application being riddled with errors

All the looks without the voom

It's economical, but it's not completely mom-friendly

Billions spent, and a boy has died, but Giyani’s taps are still dry

It has been five years since a bulk water supply project was started in the Limpopo Bushveld but people still don’t have water

City of Joburg’s R500-million fire truck tender in court

Losing bidders approach high court to overturn tender award

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