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Soon we’ll find out who is the real revolutionary: Marley and the birth of Zimbabwe

The iconic concert to celebrate independence in Zimbabwe would prove to contain a warning

Gareth Prince is still burning to be a lawyer

During his first court appearance Prince learnt that 'the disrespect and disgust for our indigenous people and our practices were quite apparent'

Drug authority: SA doesn’t have the necessary discipline to allow dagga judgment

The Central Drug Authority says US evidence proves this and wants to challenge a court ruling.

Holy hair: The long and short of it

Present-day Nazarites have relaxed strictures around hair but Rastas resolutely hold on to their dreads.

My weed-smoking should not surprise you, says AbaThembu king

Self-confessed dagga-smoking AbaThembu king Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo says he is not perturbed by being constantly associated with the illegal smoke.

The rise and rise of the Rastafari

The Rastafari community is embracing a new-found Khoisan identity that underlines old conflicts, writes <b>Niren Tolsi</b>.

‘I want my kids to be righteous and Rasta’

A community of Rastafarians in Soweto struggles to get the message of its faith through to its neighbours, writes <b>Ayanda Sitole</b>.

Battle of the dreads rages on

Navalsig High School in Bloemfontein has asked the Equality Court to throw out a controversial case involving a learner's right to wear dreadlocks.

Rhetorical Rasta

<em>Percy Zvomuya</em> and <em>Karabo Keepile</em> speak to Jamaican dancehall artist Sizzla Kalonji.

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Former bursary student hits a six and lands top job at WPCA

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Empowering his people to unleash their potential

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