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Ernest Mancoba’s genius is at long last acknowledged
Ernest Mancoba’s genius is at long last acknowledged
Invisible in France and not recognised enough in South Africa, South African artist Ernest Mancoba’s art and thoughts were celebrated for the...
Zukisa Tshiqi: The quiet fighter
Zukisa Tshiqi: The quiet fighter
‘I can’t see you,” said the magistrate.
Gauteng’s education inequality is being addressed
Gauteng’s education inequality is being addressed
Thandi has passed matric with flying colours. She has been accepted at the University of Cape Town, but has no laptop. At least she is tech-savvy....
Huge development for Ekurhuleni
Huge development for Ekurhuleni
Lords View Industrial Park
Children’s book fair wants young minds to be turned on by reading
Children’s book fair wants young minds to be turned on by reading
South Africa is holding its first fair for children’s books – themed “Back to basics, bring back the culture of reading” – in Jo’burg...
Arms cache found in Boksburg
Arms cache found in Boksburg
Eight unlicensed firearms were found in a home in Boksburg North, Johannesburg on Thursday, Gauteng police said.
Union concerned about latest mining deaths
Union concerned about latest mining deaths
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) said it was saddened by Friday's news of the deaths of another three mineworkers.
Call to make price-fixing illegal
Call to make price-fixing illegal
Delegates at last week's National Anti-Corruption Summit supported moves to make price-fixing a crime -- despite opposition from the Competition...
Reeling from shock
Reeling from shock
A month ago, Catarina Manungo (47) was the owner of a two-bedroom house in Boksburg, where she lived with her four children and a granddaughter. A...
Minister: Black empowerment must factor in export deals
Minister: Black empowerment must factor in export deals
Company black-empowerment levels must be considered before firms benefit from international export agreements, Agriculture and Land Affairs...
Squatters resist Red Ants in Boksburg
Squatters resist Red Ants in Boksburg
Squatters burned tyres, threw stones and toyi-toyied in Boksburg on Wednesday when the "Red Ants" moved in to evict them and demolish their shacks,...

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