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NEF’s Philisiwe Mthethwa fights back in Parliament

After weeks of allegations and questions around her conduct as NEF chief executive, Philisiwe Mthethwa has defended herself in Parliament.

Khaya Dlanga: It’s tough being a beautiful woman in Jo’burg

Being beautiful can be a curse for young women - some of whom are seen as nothing more than replaceable trophies, writes Khaya Dlanga.

Khanyi Dhlomo and NEF hit back against reports

The rural women ownership in luxury store Luminance is well on track, according to Khanyi Dhlomo and the NEF, in response to reports to the contrary.

Khanyi Dhlomo’s Luminance is a little murky

The rural women who Khanyi Dhlomo says are part owners of her luxury store are reportedly in the dark about the deal, writes Verashni Pillay.

Davies issues directive to prevent similar NEF, Luminance deals

Government has issued a new directive in the wake of the controversy over an NEF loan to Khanyi Dhlomo to open luxury retail store Luminance.

Khanyi Dhlomo’s A-list designer skills plan

Khanyi Dhlomo's high-end boutique, Luminance, is set to host celebrity designers as part of a skills transfer programme.

M&G Newsroom: Zim, Kenny and Khanyi

Zimbabwe's elections and the plagued arms deal commission: this and more awaits you on this week's M&G Newsroom radio show on 2Oceansvibe.

Khanyi Dhlomo: More heat than luminance

The Mail & Guardian caught up with Luminance owner Khanyi Dhlomo at her store, which has caused a media storm.

Khanyi Dhlomo talks to the M&G

Khanyi Dhlomo defends her luxury store Luminance, explains what makes the store special and tells us why she has no regrets.

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