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Ma Lindi, we will gather for tea and cake

A South African hero has died. But because of Covid-19 we can’t hold a memorial for her, just yet

Alexandra’s black market for booze under lockdown

Underground liquor has a long history in South Africa. Its next chapter is being written under the nationwide Covid-19 lockdown

Love will win when I can’t protect him

"Perhaps a feminist deity gave birth to feminist sons so they could raise the sort of men they would have wanted to be surrounded by."

Struggle’s fighters are still bleeding

An ex-freedom fighter tells of the psychological damage she brought back with her from exile

Baragwanath blames power cuts on two employees

The Gauteng department of health has given warning letters to two employees over power outages at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto.

Broken machines and shortages vex Baragwanath Hospital

Doctors from the Soweto hospital have approached the Mail & Guardian in a last-resort effort to get the equipment, supplies and services they need.

Madonsela shocked at state of Baragwanath

Public protector Thuli Madonsela has expressed shock at the conditions at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto after paying it a surprise visit.

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