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Like a bookworm on a hook

The Investing in the Future judges praised Project Literacy's model, saying it could be emulated by other NGOs.

Off the streets and motivated

The Investing in the Future judges praised the NGO for its innovation in finding ways to attract young people.

Riding on hand signs

Percy Mabandu recently went on a hunt to find out where some of the hand signs originated.

Dame Sibongile in a retrospective mood

Kaldi's coffee shop in Newtown, Johannesburg, is full of people trying not to notice that a national treasure is sitting among them.

So, what tribe are you?

There's a "blacker than thou" attitude that often permeates ethnic identity in post-apartheid South Africa.

Serving the environment

The EnviroServ method eliminates odours and kills pathogens because it involves high temperatures during composting

SABC’s turnaround strategy gets bad reception

The SABC's financial woes threaten to sink many small black economic empowerment (BEE) TV production companies.

Cause célèbre

Celebrity philanthropy is on the rise and there's no stopping it.

Pops and the joint commission

Percy Mabandu meets up with jazz icon Pops Mohamed ahead of the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz.

It’s not rubbish, it’s high art

Percy Mabandu speaks to eco-friendly artist Mbongeni Buthelezi about the skill and hard work required to 'paint' with plastic.

SA reporters eye stake in Independent Newspapers

Journalists at the financially troubled media organisation Independent News and Media are clubbing together to buy a stake of its SA shares.

Ambition made flesh

Mary Sibande is more than just another arty-farty township chick, writes Percy Mabandu.

Race relations in verse

The Urban Voices International Poetry Festival is on Johannesburg and Cape Town.

Hope lives in Solms-Delta

A wine farm in the Western Cape has seen a dramatic decrease in alcohol abuse among its farm workers over the past three years.

GMSA workers stand to lose jobs after Hummer sale

Three hundred workers at General Motors South Africa stand to lose their jobs following the sale of GMSA's Hummer H3 brand to a Chinese company.

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