Philippa Garson

Hostel at the heart of the trouble

A disused Iscor hostel called kwaMadala is widely considered the centre of the Vaal violence.

The blanks in the bang bang

The film about the famous group of photographers is missing context behind the violence of the time.

Die Antwoord to young America’s prayers

The phenomenal success of the South African duo, if managed properly, 'could be the next big thing'.

Long-distance learning

Every Sunday afternoon Siyabonga Nkabinde walks 2km from his home for his half-hour weekly video-conferencing session.

Developers are taking a gamble on casino licences

Gaming operators are queuing up to open casinos in the cities, even though legislation has not yet been drawn up.

Just the woman for the job

It will be a long time before the PWV's new MEC for education can return to her first love -- teaching, reports <b>Philippa Garson</b>.

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The Facebook group taking on South Africa’s white right

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Tourism can push Africa onto a new path – minister

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The Amnesty International report found that the South African government continues to miss its own education upgrading targets

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Conferences connect people to ideas

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